On May 28, 2015, the Camrosa Board of Directors declared a
Stage Three Water Supply Shortage, with mandatory water-use restrictions effective immediately. On June 23, 2016, the
Board voted to move the district to a Stage Two Water Supply
Shortage, which still entails many water use restrictions and calls for a voluntary 15-percent reduction in water
A number of our customers have made conservation a way of life. (Read about two of our "Water Heroes"
here). Since the drought is ongoing, it’s still
vital to make every drop count.
Using water efficiently—irrigation timers, water-saving nozzles, fixing leaks, water-efficient fixtures
and appliances—is the best way to reduce your water use without compromising your lifestyle. A little effort goes a long way.
The PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) program helps property owners finance energy and water improvements
Tips on how to conserve water use in the house
The best water-efficient products and where to find them
Metropolitan Water District’s source for rebates, incentives, conservation tips, and
materials for your California Friendly Garden
Save Our Water:
Ideas and inspiration for permanently reducing water use
MWD Educational Resources:
Water education for students and teachers
CUWCC: The California Urban Water Conservation Council (CUWCC) is a statewide water conservation membership agency, which Camrosa Water District is a member. CUWCC has created a water conservation video library. The video library provides multiple videos on how residents can use their water more efficiently.
WaterWise Gardening in Ventura County: A public site where Ventura County residents can get ideas and inspiration for improving landscapes while using less water