to 1 Day a Week
January through March 2022 was the driest on record for much of California. With drought conditions worse in California today than a year ago (according to the U.S. Drought Monitor), it’s important our community tightens the tap to fight against the drought and preserve our precious water resources.
Reservoirs Critically Empty
Have Taken Action
From Concern to Crisis
Driest Years in History
Your Neighbors are
Ready to Help Out
Three years of increasing drought
15% voluntary water reductions
30% mandatory reductions anticipated
Missed ONE YEAR of rain since 2019
Colorado River is at an ALL-TIME low
Lake Mead & Lake Powell are 75% empty!
83% are willing to do more!
75% believe high users should pay more
Time to Tighten The Tap!
15% Voluntary Water Use Reductions by the End of February 2023
Did you know most water usage occurs outdoors? You can help out in the drought by saving water outdoors, today! Experiment with colorful water-efficient plants or by implementing one of the following water saving tips:
Water One Day
Install A Drip Irrigation System
Fix Leaks and
Plant Water-wise Trees & Shrubs
Use Brooms to Clean Outdoors
Cutting down on indoor water usage can make a big difference! You can save up to 110 gallons of water by adjusting your daily indoor habits.
Fix Toilet Leaks
Take 5 Minute Showers
Install High Efficiency Appliances
Run Full Loads
Laundry & Dishwashers
Turn Off Faucets When Not In Use
Fill Tubs Halfway
Need a sign to get a sign? Show your support for helping out in the drought with a custom SMWD yard sign! Pick one up at our office.