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Orange County Water District - 05.6.2019
Orange County Water District - 05.6.2019
California Water News Daily - 05.5.2019
committees. The 1969 Orange County Judgment provides water users in the lower basin rights to receive minimum and average water flows,
Orange County Water District - 05.2.2019
Orange County Water District - 05.2.2019
Orange County Water District - 05.1.2019
California Water News
The Environmental Law Network - 05.6.2019
California Department of Water Resources (DWR) formally withdrew its approval for the twin tunnel water project known as California WaterFix
ABC 10 - 05.6.2019
Gonzalo Curiel During reconstruction of the Oroville Dam spillway, officials allowed the lake level to drop much more than normal to create
California Water News Daily - 05.6.2019
the 2017-18 water year, which are submitted to the California Department of Water Resources to comply with the reporting requirements of the
Science and Technology Research News - 05.3.2019
images show the dramatic loss of water storage in California during its most recent drought. (Download Image) Observations and climate
The Mercury News - 05.2.2019
storage reservoirs for the next inevitable drought,” said Nemeth. “Every resident and business can also help California by using water as
Hoover Institution - 05.1.2019
would address a critical public need. It is important to remember that California is drought free for the first time since 2011. We must
The Sacramento Bee - 05.5.2019
California is lagging behind many other parts of the world. Climate change is causing drought and water shortages everywhere, but California

About Orange County Water District (OCWD)
OCWD manages the large groundwater basin that underlies north and central Orange County and provides water to approximately 2.5 million people. OCWD is a special district established by the California State Legislature in 1933 and governed by a 10‐member board of directors. It is committed to enhancing Orange County’s groundwater quality and reliability in an environmentally friendly and economical manner. The following cities utilize the groundwater basin managed by OCWD: Anaheim, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Westminster and Yorba Linda. For more information, please visit www.ocwd.com.
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