Why is the City allowing major development when water supply is low?
The City has included water usage assumptions for new development in our water supply calculations. However, if new land is annexed into the City, or infill development is more water intensive than currently projected, then additional water would need to be secured by the project Developer to account for the increase.

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1. Why is the City allowing major development when water supply is low?
2. Won’t a building moratorium help save water?
3. I’m working hard to conserve, will new development have to conserve as well?
4. Why not stop building for a while during drought conditions just to be prudent then start up again when the drought is over?
5. What if this drought continues for the next 5 years?
6. What can we do to become a drought proof community?