What You need to know about the latest Water Curtailments

What You need to know about the latest Water Curtailments

The State Water Resources Control Board on Friday announced a further step in the curtailment process, based on this year’s water shortfall.

Here is analysis from the Northern California Water Association (NCWA), including the reminder to please respond by September 3 if you receive a notice.

For further questions, please reach out to David Guy of NCWA at dguy@norcalwater.org or (916) 442-8333.

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