The California Water Code requires all urban water suppliers that provide water for municipal purposes either directly or indirectly to more than 3,000 customers (or supply more than 3,000 acre-feet of water annually) to prepare Urban Water Management Plans. The plans describe and evaluate sources of supply, reasonable and practical efficient uses, reclamation, and demand management activities. The components of a plan may vary according to an individual community or area’s characteristics and its capability to efficiently use and conserve water. The plans address measures for residential, commercial, governmental, and industrial water demand management.
Our Urban Water Management Plan is a foundational document that supports our long-term water resource planning to ensure our customers have adequate water supplies to meet current and future demand. Cal Water is updating the Urban Water Management Plan for your service area. Please visit the 2020 Urban Water Management Plan Review page for the public review draft of the Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) and Water Shortage Contingency Plan (WSCP) for each Cal Water service area, information on each public meeting, and how to provide comments. The WSCP is incorporated as an Appendix of each UWMP.
Select your district to see the current plan for your area.