California's Ongoing Drought

The statewide drought required all Californians to focus on conservation and make long term changes in water use efficiency. We’d like to thank our customers for taking extra steps to reach our community's State-mandated 20 percent conservation goal. We surpassed the goal in February 2016 and customers continue to use water efficiently.

New rules require Mesa Water to verify that it can meet the water demands of its service area for the next three years. Thanks to investments made in local reliability projects, Mesa Water is confident that its supplies will meet the water needs of its service area beyond the new state requirement.

As such, Mesa Water has lifted the outdoor watering days rule, allowing residents and businesses in its service area to choose the days they water each week. 

Mesa Water appreciates your support in protecting our local water resources and following Mesa Water's conservation requirements.

For water-saving ideas, visit our section on conservation and rebates, and connect with us on social media via Mesa Water’s FacebookTwitterInstagram, and YouTube pages. 

Report water waste in the Mesa Water Service area through the online form so that our staff can help address the issue.

Water Resources

Several resources are available to keep you up to date on the drought:

State information is available through the California Department of Water Resources.

For local realtime rainfall updates, visit OC Public Works.