Southern California relies on water from the State Water Project as a part of its water supply mix that includes water from the Colorado River, local sources such as groundwater, recycled water, stormwater capture, and desalination.
These two San Diego-area siblings have worked in water for twenty years and share a passion for public service.
SCWC supports Governor Newsom’s efforts to take steps now to manage our state’s water resources in light of climate change through Executive Order (N-3-23).
Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren is SCWC’s new Board Chair for a two-year term from 2023-2025. Mayor Warren is the first Black Chair of the organization.
Let’s talk about climate action for water at our January 27, 2023 Quarterly Luncheon.
Water is vital to every Californian. Let’s take a quick look back at SCWC’s 10 most read website posts of 2022.
The Southern California Water Coalition Annual Report for 2022 describes the work of its members to build a waterwise future.
A statement of support for the Delta Conveyance Project by 13 of California’s most respected statewide and regional organizations submitted as comment for Environmental Impact Report.
A new animated video tells the story of Southern California water and explains how we must protect + expand our water resources.