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Emergency Intertie Project

Marin Water has been working with local stakeholders and multiple agencies to augment the district's water supply and lessen the impact of the unprecedented drought and future water shortages.

Lagunitas Creek Spawner Update - November

The start of the 2021-22 spawner season has been wild and unprecedented in many ways. October’s atmospheric river dropped nearly 18 inches of rain and raised flows in Lagunitas Creek to 3,700 cubic feet per second – both records for October.

New Water Use Limits and Penalties

To encourage water conservation, Marin Water established limits on water use for single-family and dedicated irrigation meter customers. The water use limits and penalties will be applied to water use beginning December 1.

Board President Cynthia Koehler Named Marin County Change Maker

Marin Living Magazine recently named Marin Water's Board President Cynthia Koehler a Marin County Change Maker. She is described as a "...water resources champion for Marin and beyond" helping to lead the county through the drought emergency.

Drought and Conservation FAQs

Find answers to your questions about the drought and all things water conservation, view our FAQs here.

Irrigation Rules In Place

Marin Water’s board of directors adopted stricter irrigation restrictions to preserve its water supply. Spray irrigation is limited to one day a week and each community will have a designated watering day:

Get Real-Time Water Use Data with Flume

A Flume flow meter attaches to your existing water meter making DIY installation fast and easy. Through a WiFi connection, Flume gives you information about your water use, potential leaks, and incidences of high water use in real-time. 

COVID-19 Does Not Affect Your Water

Your water is essential. With the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, we want to assure you that your water remains safe to drink and is not affected by the virus.