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Indio Water Authority customers have done a great job since state restrictions went into effect in mid-2015.
Despite the drought being declared over in April 2017, customers are conserving water, thereby saving money and ensuring the long-term health of our aquifer. In May 2017, customers saved 125 million gallons of water compared to the same time in 2013 and saved 141 million gallons in June compared to the same period in 2013.
2016 Annual Water Quality Report Now AvailableJune 29, 2017
We are not required to monitor all substances each year, therefore, this report shows substances that were sampled in 2016 and the most recent sample data for substances that are not sampled on an annual basis.
If you have any questions regarding the quality of your water, you may contact us at (760) 625-1821.
IWA Lifts Drought Penalty Surcharge and Stage II Alert, Prohibitions on Wasteful Practices Still In EffectApril 21, 2017
On April 19, the City Council/IWA Board voted unanimously to lift the Drought Penalty Surcharge and Stage II alert in response to the declaration by Gov. Jerry Brown on April 7 that the Drought State of Emergency is over. See press release. Please note that some prohibitions on wasteful water usage are permanent.