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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Drought in California In the most recent statewide survey of nearly 400 urban water retailers, the amount of water conserved by the states large water agency customers declined from 22 percent in December 2014 to approximately 8.8 percent in January in year over year water use comparisons. This brings the total funding for this emergency assistance program to $1.2 million to assist drought impacted, low-income households with residential water utility bills. Urban Water Conservation Drops Natures Mountain Snow pack Lacking too The central and southern Sierra readings were 5.5 inches (20 percent of average) and 5 inches (22 percent) respectively. Electronic readings by the Department of Water Resources (DWR) today indicate the water content of the northern Sierra snowpack is 4.4 inches, 16 percent of average for the date. Todays manual survey by the Department of Water Resources (DWR) at the Phillips snow course in the mountains 90 miles east of Sacramento found 0.9 inches of water content in the snow, just 5 percent of the March 3 historical average for that site. Save the Water February 3, 2015 - While much of California has so far endured an exceptionally dry 2015, the State Water Resources Control Board announced that the statewide urban water conservation rate climbed to 22 percent in December, aided by a very wet end of 2014.Additionally, total water use by individual Californians continued to decline in December, another positive development as the state is threatened by a fourth consecutive dry year.
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