As of May 1, 2020: All seven of the state's drought regions are at drought level 0 or "normal." State agencies will continue to closely monitor and assess conditions across the state.
State officials ask the public to be mindful of the amount of water being used, reduce indoor water use, and address leaks as soon as possible. Additionally, managers of larger buildings and businesses are asked to conduct water audits to identify areas of leaks and potential water conservation opportunities. All these steps will greatly help reduce water use to ensure essential needs are being met, such as for drinking water, fire protection, and habitat and environmental use.