Water-Supply-Challenges News

Water Community Submits Comments on Draft Long-Term Conservation Framework
ACWA today submitted comments signed by 114 urban water suppliers regarding a draft framework aimed at redefining water conservation for... read»
Californians' Water Use Reflects Shift to Permanent Changes
SACRAMENTO –Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) Executive Director Timothy Quinn issued the following statement today on... read»
Californians Show Ongoing Commitment to Water Conservation
Data released Wednesday shows Californians have maintained a significant level of water conservation, with cumulative statewide water... read»
East Porterville residents draw their first pitcher of city-supplied water
First Phase of Emergency Project Brings Water to Drought-Stricken East Porterville
The first of several East Porterville neighborhoods that have been without a safe water supply for up to three years was connected to the... read»
ACWA Comments on Latest Water Conservation Figures
SACRAMENTO –Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) Executive Director Timothy Quinn issued the following statement today on... read»
Conservation Strong in June Under New “Stress Test” Approach
Californians continued their water-wise practices in June, reducing urban water use by 21.5% statewide under new state rules that emphasize... read»
State Water Board Adopts Local Supply-Based Assessment Approach to Conservation Regulation
The State Water Resources Control Board today approved modifications to the existing emergency water conservation regulation to reflect... read»
ACWA Statement on Proposal to Amend Emergency Conservation Regulation, Governor’s Executive Order on Long-Term Water Conservation
SACRAMENTO –Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) Executive Director Timothy Quinn issued the following statement today... read»
Blog Post: Boost in Flows Underscores Need for Delta Improvements
High flows from recent storms are underscoring the need for long-term Delta solutions to meet the coequal goals and take advantage of El Ni... read»
Recent Storms Boost Reservoir Storage, but South State Lags Behind
Drenching rains have restored key Northern California reservoirs to historic averages, but Southern California has largely missed out and... read»