San Jose Water Adopts Voluntary Conservation Measures, Limits Outdoor IrrigationSan Jose Water is asking residential and commercial customers to voluntarily reduce water use by 15% of their 2019 levels by August 31, or else face possible fines, and making SJW the latest entity to take action in the face of a worsening drought across the western US.
Drought: Transbay Pipeline, Desalination Plant Could Boost Marin's Dwindling Water SupplyCommunities across the state are desperately searching for ways to make their dwindling water supplies last. In Marin County, one water district is considering sources that they’ve looked to in the past.
Drought Emergency: Marin County Residents Falling Short Of Water Conservation GoalAs the Bay Area and California face a major drought, water conservation efforts are falling short so far, according to water officials in a North Bay county.
SFPUC Asks Irrigation Customers To Reduce Water Use By 10 Percent Amid Dry WeatherIn light of dry weather conditions throughout California, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission on Thursday called for irrigation customers and city departments to voluntarily reduce their water use by 10 percent.
Santa Clara County Residents Asked To Voluntarily Cut Water Use By 25 PercentThe Santa Clara Valley Water District voted to ask residents to voluntarily cut back water usage by 25 percent and passed incentives to motivate people to conserve water.
EBMUD Board Declares Stage 1 Drought; Voluntary 10% Conservation OrderedThe East Bay Municipal Utility Board of Directors voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to declare a stage 1 drought for the water district.
Bolinas Eyeing Mandatory Water Rationing Amid Another Dry WinterDespite all the rain, despite all the snow, the water situation in the Marin County coastal community of Bolinas has gotten to the point where they are considering mandatory water rationing.
San Jose Water Customers Face Surcharge For Conserving Too Much WaterDuring the drought, many water agencies raised rates on Bay Area residents who used too much water.  Now, customers of the San Jose Water Company may soon pay more because they didn’t use enough. 
Without Mandatory Cuts, California Water Conservation FaltersRegulators say water conservation continues to slip in drought-stricken California after officials lifted mandatory cutbacks.
Regulators Propose Cutting Delta Water Flow To Farms To Protect FishThe proposal calls for leaving 40 percent of normal flow in the San Joaquin river system to help native fish survive spawning.
California Water Use Creeps Up After Conservation Orders LiftedCalifornians' water use kept creeping back up in July after the lifting of mandatory statewide conservation orders for the drought.