United Water Conservation District is committed to the communities it serves. The district actively promotes water conservation by participating in countywide public awareness events, such as fairs and festivals, and provides educational programs to middle schools and high schools.
Throughout the year, United hosts numerous tours for a variety of organizations to inform the public of its state-of-the-art facilities and operation. United water professionals often make presentations to local service clubs and state and national water organizations on a variety of water topics, and interested groups are encouraged to contact District staff.
The world's supply of fresh water is quickly diminishing. Worldwide, one person in five does not have access to safe drinking water. The dedicated team of United works diligently to ensure that its community will always have the water it needs to sustain a healthy environment and meet its water needs. Planning for generations to come, United has several options under consideration to meet the future water needs of the district. They include:
- Enhancing conservation of existing resources.
- Searching for additional resources within the district.
- Increasing the current level of water importation from Northern California.
- Developing additional groundwater storage and recharge projects.
Since its inception, United has made significant progress in its effort to manage and conserve the local water supply.