With the April 1 snow survey revealing the lowest snowpack measurement ever recorded – just 5% of average for the date – the state is undoubtedly beginning its fourth year of historic drought and record-warm temperatures.
ACWA's Headwaters Framework "Improving the Resiliency of California's Headwaters" lays the foundation for future work that could have substantial statewide water supply and ecological benefits, while improving... read»
As California enters a fourth year of drought, a new statewide poll reveals that the vast majority of Californians – some 90 percent – are willing to make significant changes to conserve water both inside and out, and more than 80... read»
As Californians face a fourth year of serious drought, Save Our Water -- a partnership between ACWA and the California Department of Water Resources -- is in high gear to reach out to consumers with... read»
On Sept. 16, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law an unprecedented three-bill legislative package, known as the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act of 2014 (SGMA). The SGMA provides a framework for sustainable management of groundwater supplies by... read»
ACWA's Board of Directors unanimously approved a Statewide Water Action Plan for California on Sept. 27, 2013. Developed by a broad cross-section of member water interests convened by ACWA over several months, the plan outlines 15 actions to... read»
Water agencies and other special districts are considered to be among the most responsive forms of local government. But that doesn't guarantee the public is aware of the services they provide and the important role they play in their... read»