Despite recent rains, California is still experience drought conditions. At their recent meeting, the City of Pleasanton called for a resumption of a Stage 2 level of water use restrictions. Even as irrigation season begins to conclude for the year, water management is critical to address ongoing water supply issues. All managers of irrigation should be advisded to comply with the current restrictions recently enacted.

Current Outdoor Watering Restrictions

Under Pleasanton's Stage 2 level of water use restrictions, a number of controls have been put in place to aid in water conservation efforts. The current requirement is for potable water users to reduce their water consumption by at least 15% over their 2020 usage. These restrictions do not apply to irrigation systems using reclaimed water. A summary of the actions that must be taken while the Stage 2 restrictions are in place can be found here:

Water Conservation Resources

Resources on water conservation are available from the city to assist property owners and managers with reduction efforts. Please refer to for details.

Additional Information

Additional information about Pleasanton's watering guidelines and recycled water programs is available. Please refer to the City of Pleasanton contact below for details.

Contact Information

City of Pleasanton Drought Hotline
P.O. Box 520, Pleasanton, California  94566
(925) 931-5504 phone     (925) 931-5595 fax e-mail WWW

Hacienda Owners Association
4305 Hacienda Drive, Suite 330, Pleasanton, California  94588-2738
(925) 734-6500 phone     (925) 734-6501 fax e-mail WWW

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