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City of San Diego Releases Billions of Gallons of Water From Reservoirs

Billions of gallons of water have been released into the ocean from local reservoirs over the past year, mainly because of a state order to keep the water levels low.

Water Conservation Garden Reopens Today; JPA to Takeover Operations

The Water Conservation Garden at Cuyamaca College reopened to the public today, after the Garden’s  Joint Powers Authority agreed to takeover operations from the financially struggling nonprofit group, Friends of the Water Conservation Garden.

San Diego County Water Authority Announces Routine Maintenance on First Aqueduct

San Diego’s thirst for water will face a minor hurdle as the first conduit of life’s elixir undergoes its annual health check. The San Diego County Water Authority is rolling up its sleeves for a routine tune-up on parts of its First Aqueduct from February 25 to March 5, an exercise ensuring taps keep flowing without a hitch.

San Diego’s Morena Area Prepares for Major Closures Amid Pure Water Pipeline Construction

The City of San Diego has alerted the public of extensive closures at Morena Boulevard and Sherman Street intersection, commencing Feb.

HOA Homefront: New Law Restricts Watering of HOA ‘Nonfunctional Turf’

HOAs are required to stop using potable water to irrigate nonfunctional turf or to remove such turf from common areas by the end of 2028.

San Diego County Water Authority Announces Routine Maintenance on First Aqueduct

San Diego’s thirst for water will face a minor hurdle as the first conduit of life’s elixir undergoes its annual health check. The San Diego County Water Authority is rolling up its sleeves for a routine tune-up on parts of its First Aqueduct from February 25 to March 5, an exercise ensuring taps keep flowing without a hitch.

San Diego’s First Aqueduct to Shut Down for Yearly Inspections and Maintenance of Water Pipelines

Portions of San Diego’s First Aqueduct will shut down this week for yearly inspections and maintenance of water supply pipelines for the region, the San Diego County Water Authority announced this week.

California’s Rainy Season Is Here. What Does It Mean For Water Supply?

After a dry start to winter, California’s rainy season is finally well under way. December downpours sent water racing through streets in coastal Ventura County and the city of Santa Barbara.

Del Mar City Council Approves Noticing Period for Water Rate Increases

The Del Mar City Council voted Feb. 20 to proceed with a public noticing period for potable water and wastewater rates increases that, pending approval by the City Council, would take effect July 1.

For Sale: Water Authority’s De-Salted Ocean Water

In its bid to become a water dealer across the West, the San Diego County Water Authority is exploring selling off some of its most expensive supplies to a small Orange County water district.