• Low Water Levels at Lake Oroville (Jan 2023)


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Drought Information

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Photo Above: Lake Oroville in January 2023. This lake is part of the State Water Project, which provides 70% of the Tri-Valley's water supply during non-drought years. Photo courtesy of the California Department of Water Resources. 

Livermore is in a Stage 2 Water Shortage Emergency

California is in a severe drought. Livermore City Council declared a Stage 2 Water Shortage Emergency in September 2021, activating citywide water restrictions. Additionally, the State of California activated statewide water restrictions in January 2022.

Learn more about our current watering restrictions, how to report leaks or wasted water, and how much water Livermore has conserved using the links below.

How You Can Save Water

When it comes to water conservation, each of us can make a big difference through small actions. Explore tips for how you can save water and water conservation rebates offered through your water service provider.

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