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Level 2 Drought Alert In Effect

Four years of drought have devastated California’s water resources, forests, farms and communities. On June 1, 2015, the State of California introduced a mandatory, 25 percent reduction on statewide water use. Because of the past water conservation efforts of our customers, Helix must reduce water use by 20 percent, and thanks to our customers, we may make it.


Water Savings to Date

From June 2015 to February 2016, Helix must use 20 percent less water than we used in the same months in 2013.

  • October 22%
  • September 28%
  • August 27%
  • July 32%
  • June 25%

Level 2 Restrictions

Mandatory Limits on Water Use

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November 21 – Free Composting Workshop in Spring Valley

Learn how you can improve the quality of your soil, reduce waste and air pollution, while saving energy, money, and water. Learn how to compost! Don’t miss this FREE 2-hour workshop in Spring Valley! 10am-12pm November 21, 2015 Spring Valley Youth and Family... read more

Trout Opener at Lake Jennings – Saturday, November 21st

Helix Water District’s Lake Jennings has been stocked with 2,500 pounds of Rainbow Trout for opening day — the Trout Opener — on Saturday, November 21st, from 6:00am to 5:00pm in Lakeside. Last year, SDfish.com ranked Lake Jennings the #2 trout... read more

Governor Extends Water Use Restrictions

Governor Brown issued Executive Order B-36-15 on November 13th extending water use restrictions through October 31, 2016 if drought conditions persist through January. “We are very encouraged to see that the Order recognizes the need for potential modifications... read more

Today is the Day to Say Thank You to Veterans

This is a military town and it’s likely you know a veteran – a family member, friend, neighbor or coworker. Each year, approximately 15,000 personnel from the Navy and Marines conclude their military careers in San Diego. Want to say “thank you”? Veterans... read more

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