Find your local water agency
Your local water utility may offer incentives or rebates to reduce water usage. Use the tools below to connect to your local water provider and see what’s available to you.
About 90% of the water in California is managed by public utilities that belong to the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA). To find your local agency, start here.
The rest of California is serviced by private water companies, most of which belong to the California Water Service (CalWater).
You can also use California Water Watch to look up your water agency via zip code.
Other drought resources from California state agencies:
- Drought information and updates
- Prepare for Wildfire: Fire Smart Landscaping
- Maintaining Defensible Space During a Drought
- Defining drought
- Coping with droughts and floods with water resilience
- Drought related actions to preserve and protect the state’s fish and wildlife resources
- Drought assistance for farmers and ranchers
- Find drinking water help in your area
- Report water waste
- Report a dry well
- Drinking water well principles
- Track dry wells
- California Grants Portal
- Report to the Legislature on the 2012-2016 Drought
- Drought in California brochure
- California’s Most Significant Droughts
- County list of certified water haulers