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One Water LA

The City of Los Angeles is well underway in preparing the One Water LA Plan, an integrated approach for water supply, wastewater treatment, and stormwater management. The new plan builds upon the success of the City's Water IRP (2000-2020) and will set the bar for a more sustainable and resilient way to manage the City's future water needs through a collaborative approach yielding sustainable, long-term water supplies for Los Angeles in addition to greater resiliency to drought conditions and climate change. Moreover, the One Water LA Plan is an essential step in meeting the Mayor's Executive Directive to reduce the City's purchase of imported water by 50% by 2024.

Preparation of the One Water LA Plan is occurring in two phases, managed by LA Sanitation (LASAN) in partnership with the Department of Water and Power (LADWP). The timeline for completing the final One Water LA Plan is July 2017.
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What is the One Water LA Plan? Learn all about the vision, objectives and guiding principles for increasing sustainable water management for the City of Los Angeles.More about ABOUT US
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Find out how One Water LA is increasing and widening stakeholder involvement throughout the planning process.More about STAKEHOLDERS
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Find useful links, plans and fact sheets pertaining to One Water LAMore about RESOURCES
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Sign-up to become a One Water LA Stakeholder or learn about ways you can conserve water and help stop water pollution.More about WHAT CAN YOU DO?
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