Lawn Watering Ban Now VoluntaryMarch 28, 2017
While this winter's rain has improved the City's water supply situation, we remain in a drought and conservation continues to be a priority. On March 21, Council lifted the mandatory lawn watering ban. Residents are encouraged to continue their conservation efforts, including minimal lawn watering. All other drought water use regulations remain in effect, including watering times, irrigation runoff, and more.
New Water Mains for East Beach NeighborhoodMarch 21, 2017
The City is replacing old water piping, valves, and hydrants to reduce water main breaks and conserve water. Impacted streets include Orilla del Mar, Corona del Mar, a short section of Ninos Drive, and East Cabrillo Boulevard from Corona del Mar to Ninos Drive. Work is scheduled to begin in April and be complete in August.
March 8, 2017
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As a result of recent winter rains, which have filled Gibraltar Reservoir, the City has begun producing clean, renewable electrical power for residents from its re-commissioned hydroelectric plant. The project cost was $875,000 and the hydroelectric plant should generate between $100,000 and $200,000 in annual revenues for the City.
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