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UPDATE AS OF April 18, 2023:
Good news, Petaluma! Water supply in local drinking water reservoirs – Lake Mendocino and Lake Sonoma – have recovered after reaching historically low levels following three years of severe drought. On April 17, 2023, in response to water supply recovery, Petaluma City Council rescinded the Local Drought Emergency Proclamation and the City’s Water Shortage Contingency Plan, including many water use restrictions that were previously established in response to the drought.
THANK YOU, PETALUMA!
The City of Petaluma is thankful to our community for working together to save water during this historic drought and for your continued efforts to use water wisely. Between July 2021 through December 2022, Petaluma reduced water use by 26% compared to 2020, saving nearly 1 billion gallons of water (991 million gallons of water saved).
Even with these achievements, recurring droughts due to climate change are a way of life in Petaluma, and so is water conservation. The City of Petaluma offers free water-saving devices, rebates, Water-Wise HouseCalls, resources, and tips year-round to help our community save water. Learn more here.
If you have questions regarding water conservation, please email [email protected] or call the Water Conservation line at (707) 778-4507.