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In order to meet the requirements of the State Water Resources Control Board’s updated Emergency Water Conservation Regulation, Woodland City Council proclaimed a Stage Two, Water Warning at its meeting on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. The state is requiring all California urban water suppliers to impose mandatory restrictions on water use and to move to, at a minimum, Level Two of their Water Shortage Contingency Plans. The intent of issuing a Stage Two, Water Warning is to achieve a 20% reduction in overall water use.
The following are requirements of the Stage Two, Water Warning as passed by City Council:
City staff will emphasize an educational approach in responding to water waste concerns. The Water Conservation Program will continue to provide outreach and guidance on ways to reduce water use through the City’s website, social media, e-newsletters, press releases, newspaper advertisements, utility bill inserts, flyers and brochures, and public outreach events. Residents are encouraged to monitor their water use on AquaHawk, the City’s free water use dashboard and leak alert system. With AquaHawk, residents can set up alerts for potential leaks and view their water use by the day and hour. To learn more about AquaHawk, visit CityofWoodland.org/MyWaterUse.
The city also asks the public to continue to help reduce water waste by reporting broken sprinklers and valves observed in parks and other city-maintained areas. Reports can be made by calling the Municipal Service Center at (530) 661-5962 or e-mailing OandM@CityofWoodland.org. Reports of water waste on private property can be made by calling Water Conservation Staff at (530) 661-2067 or e-mailing ConserveWater@CityofWoodland.org.
The city has a webpage dedicated to drought information, which can be accessed at CityofWoodland.org/Drought. For more information on water conservation, rebates, and the drought, please see CityofWoodland.org/WaterConservation.