On Friday April 7, 2017, Governor Jerry Brown declared an end to the drought that brought California some of the driest periods in record history. However, state officials will continue to clamp down on wasteful water users and impose a long-term conservation program.
State Water Resources Control Board Media Release April 26, 2017
U.S. Drought Monitor Map May 16, 2017
What does that mean for Port Hueneme residents?
On Monday, May 15, 2017 the Port Hueneme City Council downgraded from Level 2 to Level 1 Water Supply Shortage pursuant to Ordinance No. 698.
In light of the current conditions here in Ventura County, California, it is appropriate at this time for the City Council to declare a lower level water supply shortage and continue conservation efforts by residents and businesses within the City of Port Hueneme service area.
To see how the change in restrictions applies to you please click on a link below:
Ordinance No. 698 (March 1, 2010
Summary of Water Conservation Ordinance No. 698
Drought Level 1 Summary (May 15, 2017)