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Bylaws Votes are Counted

Bylaws Votes are Counted

Wednesday, January 03, 2018

The proposed amendments to our bylaws have been approved by a nearly unanimous vote. The changes are effective 1/1/2018. This is an important milestone in our reorganization, allowing for a much more dynamic and nimble organization. Watch your inbox for more news as we complete our transition to the California Water Efficiency Partnership.
Thank you to all of our members for your support during our transition.  The Partnership’s Board and staff look forward to working with members in 2018 to provide the tools and services you need to meet your water conservation and efficiency goals.  Two exciting projects happening in the first quarter of the year are a listening tour to provide members with a voice to explore and understand wants and needs as we become a chapter of the Alliance for Water Efficiency, and the release of a new Strategic Plan for the Partnership.

Learn About the Exciting Organizational Changes Happening

Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Partnership is now in a transition year--an exceptional point in its history when members are shaping the organization from the ground up to both advance water efficiency in California while serving member needs. Learn more by reading our fact sheet and list of frequently asked questions. 

DWR posts list of applications for IRWM drought grant funding

The grant application period closed on July 21, 2014. DWR received 39 grant applications requesting a total of $339 million in IRWM grant funds for projects totaling in excess of $970 million for the 2014 IRWM Drought Grant Solicitation.

Friday, August 15, 2014

DWR has posted the list of applications received for this year’s integrated regional water management (IRWM) drought grant solicitation. The 39 applicants requested a total of $339 million in funding. DWR is making $200 million in grants available.

View the list:

Get solicitation information:

A short primer on the California water bond debate (Allen Young, Sacramento Business Journal)

California lawmakers and the governor want a smaller water bond than the one scheduled for the November ballot.

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

What it is: An $11 billion water bond, scheduled for the November ballot, was hailed as a landmark compromise when the Legislature passed it in 2009. But since then, lawmakers have said they want something smaller and more digestible to voters. In a recent poll, the Public Policy Institute of California found that… Read the full story:

California Water Board Approves Mandatory Restrictions, Stiff Fines for Water Wasters

By Jodi Hernandez and Associated Press; NBC Bay Area

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
The official version of the resolution and regulations approved by the State Water Board can be viewed at