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Water Authority seeks to reduce water costs countywide


Last updated 1/20/2021 at 2:21pm


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The Colorado River Aqueduct, owned and operated by the Los Angeles-based Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, delivers San Diego County's independent water supplies from the Colorado River. The San Diego County Water Authority is studying alternatives to deliver those low-cost, high-priority water supplies at a lower cost.

SAN DIEGO – Addressing the San Diego region's limited local water supplies with innovative ideas is something the San Diego County Water Authority has become known for. Using expertise gained from decades of planning and projects, the Water Authority is developing strategies to reduce the future cost of water that sustains the economy and quality of life in Fallbrook, Rainbow and the rest of the county.

Those efforts are ramping up in early 2021, following a Water Authority Board decision to continue assessing the potential for a new aqueduct to transport San Diego's low-cost, high- prio...

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