With Governor Brown’s April 2017 announcement that the California drought is over, the District still encourages conservation as a way of life and, of course, “the less you use the more you save.”
The District’s Board reviewed the spring groundwater levels (Key Wells Index) and the District’s Water Shortage Response and Management Plan in July. The District remains in a Stage IV water shortage. No new actions will be enforced. The District is still not accepting new applications for service.
State Water Board Expands and Extends Emergency Water Conservation Regulation, March 17, 2015
State Water Board Approves Emergency Regulation to Ensure Agencies and State Residents Increase Water Conservation, July 15, 2014
NCSD’s Water Shortage Response and Management Plan
FAQ’s and NCSD’s Response to State-Ordered Drought Restrictions, updated July 7, 2015
June 23rd, 2015, 3 PM at Blacklake Club House, 6 PM at NCSD | Public Information Session Presentation
May 5th, 2014 Town Hall Presentations: The Problem Caused by Decades of Overpumping and Drought and Our Proposed Solutions and Water Rate Study