It’s encouraging to see the statewide snowpack at such high levels. We hope this snow slowly melts in spring and fills our state’s reservoirs.
While our water supply outlook has greatly improved, it’s too soon to say that the drought is over and end mandatory water conservation in Santa Clara County. We need to wait until the end of the rainy season in early April before we know how our water supplies will look for the rest of the year.
Once this drought ends, we know another one will impact us in the future. That’s why it’s important to make water conservation a way of life in Santa Clara County.