Water conservation has always been a way of life in Southern California. Recent drought conditions and water supply reductions from Northern California have increased the need for additional conservation efforts. Due to Ramona's remote location and elevation, the community's primary water supply has to be pumped up over 1,000 feet from Poway to Ramona, making every drop a precious commodity. The Ramona Municipal Water District (RMWD) encourages using water wisely through public education and environmental awareness. Several conservation programs or conservation methods might be of interest to you.
The RMWD Board declared a Drought Response Level 2 "Drought Alert Condition" on August 12, 2014. If you observe water use that is inconsistent with the mandatory conservation measures in place as a result of this action, please let us know by filling out the following form: Water Waste Report Form
Free WaterSmart Checkup!
Go to www.Watersmartcheckup.org to apply!
A WaterSmart Checkup is your free opportunity to receive site-specific water-saving recommendations. You will benefit from the perspective of our certified irrigation professionals. And you decide if and when to put the suggestions to work.
Several different Checkup services are offered and will match your property to the best available option. Participation is limited, so don’t miss out. If you own or manage a commercial, multifamily, industrial, public or single-family property, apply today. Services are provided by Mission Resource Conservation District, (866) 883-1332.