The water supply in California is a precious commodity and plays an important role in determining California's future. California has faced numerous water drought conditions and has recently declared a State of Emergency due to water shortages. California's future, both from an economic and a quality of life view, depends heavily upon the wise management of the water supply.
Typically, groundwater supplies about 30 percent of California's urban and agricultural uses. In dry years, groundwater use increases to about 40% statewide and 60% or more in some regions. Groundwater usage may vary considerably from year to year as it is sometimes pumped to supplement surface water sources.
Use the link below to read the Frazier Park Public Utility District's Water Conservation Plan.2014 FPPUD Water Conservation Plan