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Phase II Water Shortage Declaration
The Phase II Water Shortage Declaration became effective on June 1, 2013. 

For a detailed description of Phase I and Phase II Water Shortage conservation measure, citations, fines, and appeal process, please read Rule 21 of the Azusa Light & Water Rules and Regulations and Azusa Municipal Code Chapter 78, Article VI, Division 6, Section 78.
 

Public Notice
The Phase III Water Shortage Declaration will become effective on May 1, 2014. 
Under Phase III Water Shortage, water consumption in the Azusa Light & Water service territory must be reduced by twenty percent (20%).

 

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Browse our Drought Resources page to get California Water News and Updates, Conservation Tips and Resources, and information about Rebates and Incentives, and find out what you can do help reduce water waste.


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