Continue implementation of the Drought Contingency Plan.
The Drought Contingency Plan describes the conditions that require short-term water demand management and establishes policies and procedures that offer strategies for a timely and effective response. In general, such a response would be needed when water use in the area served by DWU approaches the system’s supply, treatment, or delivery capacity. The plan is effective only during these situations. Examples include drought conditions, unusually high-water demands, unforeseen equipment or system failure, or contamination of a water supply source.
The plan identifies different restrictions for all users based on the drought stage (1, 2 or 3) and methods to enforce these.