FY 2020-2021 Water Conservation Annual Report

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Download MPWD's FY 2020-2021 Water Conservation Annual Report here (PDF)

California Way of Life Settles In

Drought and Water Conservation Efforts Update

Following the second driest year on record and with near-record low storage in California’s largest reservoirs, Governor Newsom issued a proclamation extending the July 2021 drought emergency statewide on January 5, 2022, further urging Californians to step up their water conservation efforts as the western United States faces a potential third dry year.

December storms brought more than 200% of normal precipitation to a large area of California and Nevada. In the Sierra Nevada, much of this fell as snow. Recent storms improved the drought, however much of the state is now in a dry holding pattern due to little or no precipitation or snowfall in January 2022 with that pattern expecting to continue through early March 2022.

MPWD is committed to bringing updated information to rate payers on drought conditions, water shortage levels, water conservation efforts and resources, and how it affects our District. Please visit MidPeninsulaWater.org/save15 for these latest updates throughout 2022.

Available Rebate Programs (through FY20-21)

More details available HERE

2020 UWMP and WSCP Adopted

The Mid-Peninsula Water District (MPWD) has adopted its 2020 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP). The UWMP will be effective for five years through 2025. The plan also includes a updated Water Shortage Contingency Plan (WSCP).The intent of the UWMP is to provide the Department of Water Resources (DWR) and the general public with information on present and future water supply and demand and to provide an assessment of water resources needed. It also serves the purpose of helping ratepayers better understand our water system, service area, water reliability and contingency planning. Please visit HERE for further details and documents.

Looking Back (FY20-21)

Looking Forward (FY21-22)