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April 16, 2015     
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Metropolitan Board Restricts Wholesale Water Deliveries

The water-saving action is in response to the record-setting drought now in its fourth year. The limitation on member agencies will take effect July 1 and is expected to prompt mandatory conservation throughout Southern California this summer.
Read the news release.

Diamond Valley Lake before and during drought.
More Information:
Learn more about Metropolitan’s Supply Allocation Plan and what you can do to save water by reading “Working Together Through Drought.”
Metropolitan and its member agencies are taking action to promote more conservation and restrict outdoor water use. Southland residents and businesses have embraced conservation for more than 20 years. They are joining all Californians to further reduce water use during the drought. Read the “Southland Responding to Call for Conservation.”

Metropolitan’s Diversified Water Supply Portfolio

Metropolitan is committed to managing water resources to meet the present and future needs of Southern California while safeguarding the environment. Southern California’s quality of life, economy and stability is directly linked to reliable water supplies. In order to achieve greater reliability, Metropolitan has made and will continue to make billions of dollars of strategic regional investments, dramatically increasing the percentage of regional water supply provided by conservation and recycling. Read about “Metropolitan's Water Supply Portfolio.”

Find out how Metropolitan is managing through this historic drought by using tools such as its Integrated Resources Plan. Read “Water is Serious Business: Managing Through Drought.”

GM Jeff Kightlinger Talks With L.A. Times Columnist Patt Morrison

Photo by Los Angeles Times

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