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File #: 23-0224    Version: 1 Name: Rescind Stage 3 - Mandatory of the City of Santa Rosa Urban Water Shortage Contingency Plan
Type: CC- Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 2/21/2023 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/14/2023 Final action:
Title: REPORT - RECOMMENDATION TO RESCIND JUNE 29, 2021 DROUGHT EMERGENCY DECLARATION, RESCIND STAGE 3 OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA’S WATER SHORTAGE CONTINGENCY PLAN, REMOVE AUTHORIZATION TO UTILIZE WATER ENTERPRISE FUND CATASTROPHIC RESERVES, AND IMPLEMENT DEMAND REDUCTION ACTIONS CONSISTENT WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF TITLE 23, SECTION 996(c)(1) OF THE CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS FOR THE DURATION THIS EMERGENCY REGULATION IS IN EFFECT BACKGROUND: In response to drought conditions, on June 29, 2021, the City Council declared a water shortage emergency and adopted Stage 3 of the City of Santa Rosa’s Water Shortage Contingency Plan imposing mandatory restrictions and requiring customers to reduce community-wide water use by 20%. Beginning late December 2022, the region experienced a series of atmospheric rivers filling our region’s water supply reservoirs, Lake Sonoma and Lake Mendocino. Lake Sonoma now holds sufficient storage to provide more than three years of water supply. Therefore, requi...
Sponsors: Water, Board of Public Utilities
Indexes: Not a Project
Code sections: 15378 - Not a Project
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Attachment 1 - Board of Public Utilities Resolution No. 1255, 3. Attachment 2 - City Council Resolution No. RES-2021-125, 4. Attachment 3 – Board of Public Utilities Resolution No. 1312, 5. Resolution, 6. Exhibit A, 7. Presentation
Related files: 21-0752, 22-0585