Make Conservation a Way of Life

California is in another drought following two consecutive years of below-average rain and snowfall. We have been here before. During a historic, six-year drought that ended in 2017, the Governor declared a state of emergency and called on Californians to make conservation a way of life. Because the State is subject to drought cycles that are expected to become more severe with climate change, it is critical that we use water as efficiently as possible every day – not just during drought.


Take Action to Save Water

In 2020, Rowland Water District launched an exciting, innovative website focused on user-friendly information and resources related to water conservation. What’s Your Water Footprint? offers tools to monitor your ‘water footprint’ and most importantly, how to immediately change your water use behaviors.

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