• <p>Drought conditions continue to grip the state, and the Sonoma County Water Agency continues to ask its community to keep up its tremendous water saving efforts.&nbsp;</p>
  • <p>Atmospheric rivers supply a majority of our water supply.&nbsp; <a href="http://www.scwa.ca.gov/ar/">Learn more about how our atmospheric river research partnerships are helping us with long-range weather forecasting to improve reservoir operations.</a></p>
  • <p>The Water Agency receives its electricity needs through renewable and carbon free resources, thus achieving a carbon neutral electricity supply to power our water system.&nbsp;<a href="http://www.scwa.ca.gov/carbon-free-water/">Learn more</a>.</p>
  • <p>The Water Agency offers free public tours of our water system as well as our sanitation systems. <a href="http://www.scwa.ca.gov/tours/">Learn more.</a></p>
  • <p>The Sonoma County Water Agency is responsible for maintaining over 75 miles of streams throughout Sonoma County, and has numerous facilities to help reduce the risk of flooding. <a href="http://www.scwa.ca.gov/flood-protection/">Learn more.</a></p>
  • <p>View the current water supply levels in our two reservoirs: Lake Mendocino and Lake Sonoma. <a href="http://www.scwa.ca.gov/current-water-supply-levels/">Learn more.</a></p>
  • <p>There is never a dull day at the Water Agency.&nbsp; <a href="http://www.scwa.ca.gov/business-careers/">View your career opportunities. </a></p>
  • <p>Where does your water come from?&nbsp; <a href="/water-system/">View an interactive map of our water supply and transmission system.</a></p>
  • <p>The Water Agency operates eight different sanitation districts throughout Sonoma County. <a href="http://www.scwa.ca.gov/how-wastewater-is-treated/">View an interactive diagram explaining how wastewater is treated by these wastewater treatment plants.</a></p>
  • <p>The Russian River Biological Opinion is a federally mandated 15-year blueprint to help save endangered &shy;fish and ensure our water supply. <a href="http://www.scwa.ca.gov/rrifr/">Learn more.</a></p>
There's Never Enough To Waste. Turn the Water Off.
There's Never Enough To Waste. Turn the Water Off.

Drought conditions continue to grip the state, and the Sonoma County Water Agency continues to ask its community to keep up its tremendous water saving efforts.

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Current Water Supply Levels
Current Water Supply Levels

View the latest Water Supply Levels in the Water Agency's two primary drinking water reservoirs: Lake Mendocino and Lake Sonoma.

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2015 Temporary Urgency Change Order
2015 Temporary Urgency Change Order

The 2015 Temporary Urgency Change Order was issued on May 1, 2015 and will help preserve water supplies in Lake Mendocino during the continued drought.  

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