Your city or county may want to adopt the Ahwahnee Water Principles for Resource-Efficient Land Use and be counted among the communities who are turning the Principles into local policy.

By adopting the Ahwahnee Water Principles for Resource-Efficient Land Use, your community will be joining a growing number of local governments that are committed to sustainable growth and responsible water stewardship.

Download a template that you can use for your own city or county resolution:

Download: Model Water Resolution

Cities, counties and organizations that have adopted the Ahwahnee Water Principles:
Town of Windsor, CA; Marin County, CA; Marin Municipal Water District, CA; Menlo Park, CA; Morgan Hill, CA; Palo Alto, CA; Petaluma, CA; Port Hueneme, CA; Richmond, CA; Rohnert Park, CA; Rolling Hills Estates, CA; San Luis Obispo, CA; Santa Paula, CA; Santa Rosa, CA; City of Sunnyvale, CA; City of Ukiah, CA; Ventura, CA; Ventura County, CA.

Organizations that have endorsed the Ahwahnee Principles:
Bay Area Water Forum and Association of Bay Area Governments (CalFed Task Force); League of California Cities; Southern California Association of Governments Water Policy Task Force.