As directed by the Governor’s drought state of emergency, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has identified 17 communities that are at risk of running out of drinking water. The CDPH will work with these communities to ensure that the required conservation measures are in place and provide assistance to identify additional water sources. For more information visit:

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