Water is an important resource with limited supply. The City of Stockton is committed to conserving this precious resource.
In response to the Governor's Drought Emergency Declaration, the Stockton City Council adopted a Resolution declaring a Stage 2 Water Shortage Emergency on July 12, 2022. Effective immediately:
The City Council also approved the following additional water use restrictions:
A postcard was sent to customers notifying them about the implementation of a Stage 2 Water Shortage Emergency.
Written authorization from the MUD is required to drain or refill a pool between June 1 and October 1.
Water saving tool kits are available to residential customers in the City of Stockton water service area while supplies last.
The City and the Stockton Area Water Suppliers (SAWS) provide in-class, after-school, and assembly programs to promote water conservation.
Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce REACON Team - Evaluate water use, recycling, energy, air
Save Our Water - State program to help Californians reduce everyday water use
Stockton Water-Wise Gardening - Water-saving plants and watering tips
WaterSense - Partnership program with EPA - Learn about water-saving devices and more
San Joaquin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District - Information about flood control, water supply, drainage, and groundwater recharge projects in San Joaquin County.
This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 9/16/2022