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  1. News Flash_Sonoma Water Press Release

    State Board orders Reduction of Minimum Instream Flows and Diversions from the Russian River

    In response to worsening drought conditions in the Russia River Watershed, the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) issued an order that will reduce minimum instream flow requirements in the lower Russian River. Additional Info...
  2. SRW21 WaterSmart Portal Web 300x189

    WaterSmart Portal

    Santa Rosa Water’s brand NEW WaterSmart Portal is here to help you track and analyze your water use online. Sign up today! Additional Info...
  3. News Flash_Water Quality Report 2020

    Water Quality Report

    The 2020 Santa Rosa Water Quality Report is NOW Available! Additional Info...
  4. News Flash_Drought Is Here

    Santa Rosa City Council Adopts 20% Voluntary Community-wide Reduction in Water Use

    The 20% community-wide reduction follows California Governor Gavin Newsom’s drought declaration for the Russian River Wastershed and the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership’s request for a reduction in water-use to prolong and preserve water supply. Additional Info...
  5. News Flash_Cash for Grass

    Drought is here. Save water.

    Replace your lawn with a WaterSmart landscape. Apply for the Cash for Grass rebate today! Additional Info...
  6. News Flash_City Logo

    Statement from the City of Santa Rosa

    Enhanced Electrical Safety Procedures Following Tragic Accident Additional Info...
  7. News Flash_Rental Assistance Program

    The County of Sonoma Emergency Rental Assistance Program

    ERAP helps eligible households who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides payment assistance for renters or landlords who need help with rent and utilities Read on...
  8. Sonoma Marin Partnership_ News Flash

    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...
  9. News Flash_County of Sonoma proclaims drought emergency

    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...