Stage II Water Alert
Multi-Level Water Conservation Plan
The West Valley Water District has a multi-level water conservation plan that includes four stages of water conservation measures to minimize the effect(s) of a water shortage on the citizens of, visitors to, and the economic well-being of the communities we serve.
The District is currently in Stage II: Water Alert.
Stage I: Normal Conditions
During normal conditions, the District asks customers to water their lawns at night between 11:00 pm and 8:00 am, as well as implement water conservation practices within the home or business.
Stage II: Water Alert
Under a water alert, the District asks customers for a voluntary reduction of 10% of their water consumption from the previous year, and to water lawns and irrigate other large landscaped areas between the hours of 11:00 pm and 8:00 am.
Stage III: Water Warning
Under a water warning, the District asks customers for a voluntary reduction of 15% of their water consumption from the previous year. Large landscape users such as golf courses, nurseries, and publicly owned parks are asked to equip their irrigation systems with moisture sensor controls or drip systems to try and reduce consumption by 50% from the previous year.
Stage IV: Water Emergency
Under a water emergency, the District asks all customers for a voluntary minimum of a 20% reduction of their water consumption from the previous year. No water shall be used for construction purposes, and all agricultural water users shall irrigate only at times approved by the District.
For more information about conservation, please contact Amanda Kasten
at (909) 875-1804 ext. 700.