Water News

The April 4, 2014, issue of ACWA News is now available online. Recent storms dumped some snow on the Sierra, but as this issue explains it... read»
DWR Solicits Grant Proposals for Drought Relief Programs and Projects
The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) today issued draft guidelines and a proposed solicitation package for agencies to use... read»
Californians historically have responded to requests for conservation because it's the right thing to do. With the drought far from... read»
ACWA and its partnering state agencies continue to seek responses from local water agencies on an important survey that will help identify... read»
For a quarter century, former Las Vegas water chief Pat Mulroy kept water flowing to the nation’s driest city as its metropolitan... read»
Storms Allow Temporary Easing of Delta Pumping Restrictions
The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) on April 1 approved a temporary easing of pumping restrictions in the Delta that will increase... read»
CAL FIRE Increases Staffing as Fire Threat Expands Due to Drought
Drought conditions have spawned a significant increase in wildfires across much of California and have forced CA FIRE to begin hiring... read»
California’s snowpack still measures far below average despite the state’s recent band of storms, suggesting that the summer... read»
With California mired in drought and little relief coming from recent storms, the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) is... read»
Department of Water Resources (DWR) surveyors will head back into the Sierra on Tuesday, April 1, for what’s expected to be another... read»
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