New statewide emergency water conservation regulation now in effect
A new statewide emergency water conservation regulation that bans using potable (drinkable) water on decorative or non-functional grass at commercial, industrial, and institutional properties went into effect June 10th. It also requires Daly City and other urban water suppliers to implement all demand-reduction actions under Level 2 of their Water Shortage Contingency Plans. The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) declared a Water Shortage Emergency. The action calls for an 11% reduction in water use across our regional system.
Immediate action is needed to ensure all Californians are taking sufficient actions to conserve water and preserve the State’s water supply. Daly City needs your help, and we ask everyone to continue to use water wisely. For more Water Conservation information, please visit our webpage.