Rancho Water moves to next stage of water supply warning

TEMECULA – The Rancho California Water District board of directors has voted to move to Stage 3b of the Water Supply Contingency Plan. This decision comes in response to the statewide drought emergency caused by several years of increasingly severe drought conditions and the State Water Resources Control Board’s Tuesday, Jan. 4, adoption of the Drought Conservation Emergency Regulation.Due to continuing drought conditions, the State Water Resources Control Board adopted emergency regulations addressing wasteful water use practices. The regulations prohibit overwatering yards, washing cars without a shut-off nozzle, hosing down sidewalks or watering grass within 48 hours after rainfall.“Rancho Water’s drought plan aligns with the state’s new regulations,” Robert Grantha
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