EBMUD Board to review water supply conditions and evaluate potential drought actions

OAKLAND – The East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors will hear the Water Supply Availability and Deficiency Report for the 2020-2021 season at its normally scheduled Board meeting on April 27. Due to persistent, dry conditions in EBMUD’s Mokelumne River watershed in the Sierra Nevada, the Board will decide if potential water shortage actions are necessary to serve EBMUD’s customers this year – and ensure supplies for the next year.

  • What: The media are invited to join the regular EBMUD Board meeting for the presentation, discussion and decisions relating to water supply.
  • When: Tuesday, April 27, 1:15 p.m. Item # 11 
  • Where: www.ebmud.com/board-meetings. A live stream of the event will be available.  COVID-19 restrictions remain in effect and, in line with the Governor’s Executive Order N-29-20, Board meetings will be conducted via webinar and teleconference.


The East Bay Municipal Utility District has a proud history of providing high-quality drinking
water for 1.4 million customers in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. EBMUD’s
wastewater system serves 740,000 customers and helps protect the ecosystem of San Francisco Bay. EBMUD is a not-for-profit public agency established in 1923.

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