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Things are looking up. Regional drought management is replacing state-mandated water use reductions.

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Water: What You Pay For

Delivering water from the Rocky Mountains or the Northern Sierra to your home requires a lot of infrastructure, people and energy, and this is what your water bill pays for.

Water Use Restrictions

In June 2015, the State of California mandated a 25 percent reduction in statewide water use. Helix’s mandate started at 20 percent and was then reduced to 12 percent. Now, in June 2016, the state is allowing regional drought management and Helix no longer has a mandated reduction target thanks to decades of regional drought planning and the incredible conservation efforts of our customers.

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Water Savings to Date

Our water savings is calculated relative to our water use during the same months in 2013.

  • July 2016 16%
  • June 21%
  • May 27%
  • April 23%
  • March 15%
  • February 1%
  • January 2016 14%
  • December 17%
  • November 10%
  • October 22%
  • September 28%
  • August 27%
  • July 32%
  • June 2015 25%

Coca Cola achieves net zero water use

Coca Cola announced on Sunday that, in 2015, the company returned more water to nature and communities than it used. “We have a simple belief inside Coca Cola that if we can’t help create sustainable communities where we operate, we won’t have a...
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Helix accepts transparency award

Helix Water District accepted a District Transparency Certificate of Excellence from the San Diego Chapter of the California Special Districts Association at a regional awards dinner last night in Kearny Mesa. Helix was recognized for its “outstanding efforts” to...
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SDG&E and the San Diego County Water Authority vie for power

The San Diego County Water Authority, which allocates water from the Colorado River to the 24 retail water agencies serving the San Diego region, has entered into a 50-year contract to purchase hydroelectricity directly from Hoover Dam on the Colorado River. However,...
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Stanford harnesses the sun to purify water

It seems like nine out of ten news stories about California’s water are bad news — drought, climate change and outdated water policies. There is, however, a lot of good news out there about innovation in agriculture, industry and technology that leads one...
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PFASs not detected in Helix’s water source

On August 9, 2016, the Harvard School of Public Health issued a press release titled, Unsafe levels of toxic chemicals found in drinking water for six millions Americans. Please note, these toxic chemicals have not been found in Helix Water District’s water source and...
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