WATER SECURITY OVERVIEW
Even with our drought and current lake level, Casitas has water resources for the future. The District is actively engaged in managing existing local water resources and has various water security strategies in place.
Learn more about our comprehensive Water Security Program.
Casitas Water Security Update
Our latest video update includes status of our various water security projects
Casitas MWD gets water from groundwater supplies in the Ojai Valley as well as water stored in Lake Casitas
Updated: June 11, 2019
Most recent Ojai Basin Pumping: 4,514.98 AF
AFY = Acre Feet/Year. 1 acre-foot is 325,851 Gallons
Casitas Municipal Water District manages water supply primarily through the Water Efficiency and Allocation Program, or WEAP.
The Program ensures allocations of water and conservation targets are in line with drought conditions.
Consumer conservation efforts are performing better than anticipated, conserving more water and preserving existing supplies.
CMWD has been pursuing various capital improvements that will bring access to more supply and capacity district-wide.