Gusty winds above 37 mile per hour, rainfall after 11 p.m., and snow in the mountains will hit Northern California as a brief storm moves through the drought-parched state.
The people who want us to use less water are part of a system that could be among the biggest water wasters in San Francisco. That system is in hot water, because of hot water.
A citizens’ group dedicated to restoring the now-flooded Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite National Park has sued the city of San Francisco in a bid to change the way water is diverted from the Tuolumne River.
For the first time in history, the May snow survey has been canceled due to California’s severe drought.
Chef John Cox said in the first week of installing the air compressor, they noticed an 80 percent reduction in the restaurant’s water usage.
Because state regulated water savings alone won’t solve a problem of this size.
Both ballclubs are looking at ways to conserve when it comes to watering the field and cleaning the stadium after games.
On Tuesday night, the city council voted to reinstate heavy fines against people who don’t cut their water bills 25 percent below what they used in 2013.
It sounded like a no brainer, San Carlos installed artificial turf to save water. Now, neighbors are asking why a turf field is still being watered.
There’s nothing subtle about the latest petition demanding that California politicians solve the state’s water crisis.