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IN THE ZONE

 

 DROUGHT PROMPTS CUTS IN WATER DELIVERIES

sow-w-webContinuing extreme drought conditions have prompted Zone 7's Board of Directors to set forth water demand reduction measures needed to achieve an overall 25 percent cutback in treated and untreated water deliveries for 2014. To learn more, cick here.

deltaphoto_smallDelta solutions critical for Zone 7 water supply
Efforts to restore the Delta ecosystem and improve water reliability for 25 million Californians, including those living in Zone 7's service area, reached a milestone with release of the draft Bay Delta Conservation Plan. Click here

"Living Arroyos" Program Gets Underway!
This public-private partnership aims to restore the urban streams and streamside habitats of the Livermore-Amador Valley while continuing to protect drinking water supplies and prevent flooding. To learn more, including about upcoming volunteer opportunities, click here.

wwgdn-scrnWater-Wise Gardening tips online!
This interactive website is based on climate and other factors specific to the Tri-Valley region, and includes photos, a searchable plant database, water-saving tips and more. Click here

Salt Management Plan Update
Zone 7 is updating its Salt Management Plan (SMP) for managing salt-loading to the Livermore Valley Groundwater Basin. The updated plan, to be called the Salt and Nutrient Management Plan (SNMP), will also address nutrient loading to the basin. Click here.

annv-bannerOur deep roots
Zone 7 was created by popular vote of Livermore-Amador Valley residents in 1957. For a walk through time, click here.