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    Fix Your Flush to Save Water!

    Looking for the perfect gift to give this holiday season? Try a high-efficiency toilet for a thoughtful yet practical option for anyone on your list. Additional Info...

    Water Supply Update - December 13, 2021

    During the month of Nov., Santa Rosa achieved a 35% savings in water use when compared to Nov. 2020. Cumulatively, for the months of July through Nov., Santa Rosa’s community-wide water savings is 23%, exceeding the 20% water savings target. Additional Info...

    Water Supply Update - January 13, 2022

    During the month of Dec., Santa Rosa achieved a 13% savings in water use when compared to Dec. 2020. For the months of July through Dec., Santa Rosa’s cumulative water savings is 23%, exceeding the 20% community-wide water savings target. Additional Info...
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    Sonoma County Groundwater Sustainability Plans Approved

    On December 9, 2021, the boards of Sonoma County’s three groundwater sustainability agencies, Petaluma Valley, Sonoma Valley and Santa Rosa Plain, all unanimously approved Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs) for each basin. Additional Info...
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    Virtual Water Reuse Tour

    Discover how the Santa Rosa Water team manages and maintains a complex water reuse system in order to protect public health and the environment. Additional Info...
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    Proper Disposal of Fats, Oil, and Grease Prevents Costly Clogs and Spills

    This holiday season, the City of Santa Rosa Water wants to remind you to never put fats, oils, or grease (FOG) down then drain. Additional Info...
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    Santa Rosa Creek Flood Study

    The City of Santa Rosa is conducting a Flood Study of Santa Rosa Creek and its tributaries to document potential flood risks. Additional Info...

    Water Supply Update - November 10, 2021

    Santa Rosa is currently meeting its water savings goals for July through October with a 23% reduction in water use when compared to the same months in 2020. Additional Info...
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    Have You Seen One of Our NEW Streets to Creeks Storm Drain Decals?

    In an effort to help the community further understand the connection of our streets and creeks beautiful, blue labels are being installed on select storm drains throughout the city of Santa Rosa. Additional Info...
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    Heavy Rain in the Forecast — Are You Prepared?

    With potentially heavy rainfall in the forecast, it is important that the community be rain ready. This means preparing your property for rain and staying alert. Additional Info...

    Water Supply Update - October 14, 2021

    During Sept. water conservation savings dropped and it is critical that we continue to achieve necessary savings through at least December. We must save water now to preserve remaining supplies in Lake Sonoma and lessen impacts next year. Additional Info...

    It’s Time to TURN OFF Your Irrigation

    Help preserve and prolong our local water supply by turning off your irrigation system until next Spring… Additional Info...

    It’s Time to TURN OFF Your Irrigation

    Help preserve and prolong our local water supply by turning off your irrigation system until next Spring… Additional Info...
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    Water Supply Update

    Santa Rosa Reduces Water Use by 22 Percent in July and August Additional Info...
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    Meet Super Water Saver Danny from True North Landscapes, Inc.

    Take a minute to watch a short video highlighting the water-saving techniques Danny from True North Landscapes uses to reduce water-use year-round, as well as some simple everyday habits you can adopt to become a super water save too. Additional Info...
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    Santa Rosa Adopts Mandatory 20 Percent Reductions in Water Use

    Effective Immediately: To protect the regions dwindling water supply, Santa Rosa adopts mandatory 20 percent reduction in water use and enacts water restrictions and prohibitions during 6/29/21 City Council meeting. Additional Info...
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    Sonoma, Marin Water Utilities Seek 20 Percent Voluntary Water Use Reduction

    The Water Advisory Committee (WAC) to the Sonoma County Water Agency (Sonoma Water) passed a resolution Monday asking customers of the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership to voluntarily reduce water use by 20 percent due to the drought. Additional Info...
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    County of Sonoma Proclaims Drought Emergency

    The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors today adopted a resolution proclaiming a local drought emergency and requesting the governor seek a Presidential Disaster Declaration. Additional Info...