April 20, 2018
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Celebrating Water Awareness in May

Next month, Zone 7 will continue its tradition of celebrating May as Water Awareness Month. This year, Zone 7 will coordinate with local retailers to host a number of public outreach and educational activities for this year’s Water Awareness Month. Activities include sponsoring the Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour, featuring drought-tolerant gardens in the valley. Information will be provided to attendees on ways to save water inside and outside the home. The City of Livermore is also hosting a garden workshop to provide information on easy ways to convert your garden. Learn more at In addition Zone 7 will be recognizing the winning students of the Zone 7 Water Awards, which were selected during the 2018 Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair, at the May Board of Directors Meeting.

As reported at the April* 18, 2018 Board of Director’s meeting, Zone 7 expects to meet 100% of the 2018 demand despite the lack-luster rainy season. Even if conditions turn critically dry in 2019, Zone 7 expects to meet 2019 demands. Zone 7 also expects to meet demands in 2020-2022 assuming average precipitation conditions over that period. The ability to continue to meet demands is due to the diversified portfolio of water supplies Zone 7 has built over the years and the ongoing conservation efforts that have resulted in a continuation of reduced demand compared to 2013 levels. While demand has increased since the drought, it is still lower than 2013 demands. The collective impacts of drought, climate change, increased population demands, more stringent environmental restrictions, and potential natural disasters make it clear that conservation will continue to be a feature of life in California.

For useful tips on how to reduce water use, go to and Zone 7’s Water Conservation page.

*This text has been corrected to reflect that this information was provided at the April 18, 2018 Board meeting.

Upcoming Meetings:

Board of Directors Meeting

Date: Wed., May. 16, 2018, 7 p.m.
Where: Zone 7 Water Agency, 100 North Canyons Parkway, Livermore

Livermore Valley Water Financing Authority Meeting

Date: Wed., May 16, 2018, 7 p.m.
Where: Zone 7 Water Agency, 100 North Canyons Parkway, Livermore  


The Tri-Valley Water-Wise Gardening website provides water-efficiency tips for landscaping and gardening based on climate and other factors specific to our region. To learn more, visit

Check the websites of your local retailer:
- City of Pleasanton
- City of Livermore
- California Water Service Co. - Livermore
- Dublin San Ramon Services District

For rebate information, click here.

Report a Spill or Dumping

Zone 7 owns many flood control channels and creeks in the Cities of Livermore, Pleasanton and Dublin, and in unincorporated areas of Eastern Alameda County. If you see a spill or dumping in any waterway, follow the directions below to report it:

1. If a spill is currently happening, call 911.

2. If the situation is not urgent, call: 

  • Zone 7 Administrative offices at (925) 454-5000 during business hours, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Water Treatment Plant Operator at (925) 447-6704, ext. 1, during non-business hours

Mission Statement:
Zone 7 Water Agency is committed to providing a reliable supply of high quality water
and an effective flood control system to the Livermore-Amador Valley. In fulfilling our present and future commitments to the community, we will develop and manage the water resources in a fiscally responsible, innovative, proactive, and environmentally sensitive way.

Vision Statement:
To be recognized as the platinum standard water and flood control district in which to live, work and do business by enhancing the quality of life, economic vitality and environmental health of the communities we serve.

OPEN AND TRANSPARENT -- The Board's meetings and communications shall be open and public, except when the Brown Act authorizes otherwise.
CUSTOMER SERVICE -- Our commitment to the community requires prompt, respectful and courteous relations with our customers, both internal and external, as well as pursuing community partnerships and collaboration with     other area public agencies when beneficial to the public.
INTEGRITY -- We practice the highest ethical standards and maintain open, honest communications at all levels of the organization at all times.
FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE -- We will operate in a productive, cost effective, transparent and efficient manner to ensure sound financial stability.
ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE -- In carrying out our mission, we are dedicated to preserving and enhancing the environment while complying with regulations.
INNOVATIVE/PROACTIVE -- We encourage innovation, creativity and ingenuity, seeking constant improvement and keeping up with the latest economical technologies and management practices.
SAFETY -- We are committed to public and employee safety to maintain a healthy work environment.  We work safely and provide safe products and services.
EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT -- We foster a respect for diversity, equality, a spirit of performance-based accountability and productivity along with personal and professional growth for all team members so as to achieve excellence through the collective energy that comes from a work environment where each employee can flourish and succeed to their highest potential.
Copyright © 2013 Zone 7 Water Agency, All rights reserved.

Contact Information:
Zone 7 Water Agency, 100 North Canyons Parkway, Livermore, CA 94551
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