Dear Marina Coast Water District Customer,
Due to the persisting drought, and to achieve a Stage 2 and 20% by the year 2020 water production reduction goal, The following state mandatory water use restrictions and Marina Coast Water District Stage 2 voluntary water use restrictions are in effect until further notice.
The State mandated water use restrictions are:
To achieve Marina Coast Water District Stage 2 goals, customers are asked to practice the following voluntary irrigation practices:
In addition to the Stage 2 voluntary irrigation practices listed above, customers are asked to follow the mandatory water use restrictions that remain in effect at all times:
Please review the District's Water Conservation Ordinance and Water Shortage Contingency Plan. To learn more about how to prevent water waste or how California is dealing with the effects of the drought, visit Drought.CA.Gov. To find out how everyone can do their part to conserve water, visit SaveOurH2O.org.
Thank you for doing your part to conserve water in this time of severe drought!
To participate and provide input on District policies and regulations, the public is invited to attend meetings of the Water Conservation Commission and the District's Board of Directors. To learn more about Marina Coast Water District meeting dates, rules, water efficiency programs and water use restrictions, visit the Public Meetings page or call us at (831) 384-6131.
MCWD has free water-saving devices for all district customers. Come by our office at 11 Reservation Road in Marina to pick up water-efficient showerheads, faucet aerators, hose shut-off nozzles, and leak detection tablets. View or download the rebate forms listed in the right column to learn more about the following rebate and incentive programs.
*Please contact us before you start your retrofit project, as these programs require pre-approval.
For assistance with leaks, high water use, or efforts to conserve water, contact us at (831) 384-6131.
MCWD's Water Conservation Coordinator is available at 384-6131 to answer any questions or help you out with water problems you may have.
Watch our 30-second Conservation Video: