How can I figure out how much water I use?

Recently, Santa Rosa Water launched the new WaterSmart Portal. With the water meter upgrade project complete and all 53,000 water customers connected to AMI (advanced metering infrastructure), customers can now track and analyze hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly water use, create customized notifications for high usage, and access water-saving tools. A postcard was mailed from Santa Rosa Water in the month of June encouraging customers to sign up. Registration is easy. To get started, all a customer needs is their customer number, account number, and last billed amount from their water bill.  

More information is available at srcity.org/WaterSmartPortal

For customers that haven’t yet signed up for the WaterSmart Portal, information is also available on your water bill.  Every bill provides information on the gallons per person per day used during the billing period.

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1. How is the City of Santa Rosa responding to the regional drought emergency?
2. What does a 20% mandatory reduction in water use mean?
3. How do I request an exemption or variance from a water use prohibition or restriction?
4. How do I cut back my water use if I'm already efficient with my water use?
5. What is considered efficient water use?
6. What is the 20% reduction target timeline compared to?
7. How can I figure out how much water I use?
8. Is the City enforcing any water use prohibitions?
9. How does the City enforce the prohibition on water waste?
10. How do I report water waste?
11. Is washing cars at home allowed?
12. How will my water bill be affected by the drought?
13. What resources are available to help me reduce my water use?
14. What will happen if we do not get rain this coming winter?
15. How are other cities affected?
16. Why do we continue to allow new building and development during a water shortage?
17. Where can I find additional information?