California homes, farms and businesses depend on water that flows from the Sierra Nevada Mountains through the state’s main water distribution system to regions across the state, including the Bay Area, Central Valley, Central Coast and Southern California. But key portions of the system are outdated and crumbling, putting the security and reliability of our local water supplies at risk. Experts warn that the system could collapse in an earthquake, and is susceptible to salt water intrusion during major droughts or natural disasters.
The plan to fix California’s water system, known as the California Water Fix, will address the severe vulnerability in our water infrastructure and secure local water supplies. Outdated, dirt levees would be replaced with a modern water pipeline built to withstand Earthquakes and other natural disasters. Natural water flows would be restored to support the surrounding environs. The plan is critical for many California communities and our state’s economy. Learn more by scrolling down, and join our broad coalition.
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