As one of life's most essential elements for survival, it's important to keep in mind that water is not an unlimited resource. Here in Livermore, much of the water delivered to us is surface water that the Valley's water wholesaler, Zone 7 Water Agency, imports from the State Water Project. The surface supplies are dependent on the amount of rainfall and the snow pack in the Sierra mountains, and this varies from year-to-year. While the water may seem to flow endlessly from our taps, using water wisely today will help to avoid water shortages during future dry periods.
If you notice a potential waste of water, please email or call the Water Resources Division at (925) 960-8100 or email@example.com
Save Our Water is a statewide program aimed at helping Californians reduce their everyday water use. Visit the
Save Our Water website for water saving ideas, rebates and news for permanently reducing water use - regardless of whether California is in a drought.
Brown is the new green when it comes to Bay Area lawns. Join the effort declaring "Brown is the New Green". Click here to print a copy of the "Brown is the New Green" lawn sign provided by the Save Our Water program.