On June 21, the city of Patterson submitted water demand and supply projections for the next three years. Based on these projections, staff made recommendations to City Council to adjust the 25% conservation standard to 10% and modify the current drought designation of Stage II to a Stage I water shortage. These actions were approved by the City Council on July 19, 2016. As a result, the city will be increasing the number of days for outdoor water use from two days to three days a week. A copy of the self-certification submittal can be viewed below.
Click her for the new outdoor water use schedule.
The water reduction demand measures below will continue to be enforced and are subject to the city's water waste penalties:
*A variance may be issued for health and sanitary reasons.
Self-Certification Form PWS No. 5010017
Worksheet 1 Water Supply Reliability Certification Form PWS No. 5010017
Supporting Analysis & Calculations PWS No. 5010017
State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB ) Media Release (May 2016)
State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Fact Sheet (February 2016)
State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Fact Sheet (March 2015)
State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Fact Sheet (April 2014)
Emergency Regulation Frequently Asked Questions
FOR WATER WASTERS, PLEASE CALL (209) 895-8070 or (209) 895-8060.