The city of San Diego Public Utilities Department provides safe and reliable drinking water to more than 1.35 million residents and regional waste water treatment and disposal for more than 2 million residents in San Diego County. The City PUD has been delivering quality water to customers for more than 100 years and currently has one of the most complex and sophisticated water systems in the world. The City PUD infrastructure consists of more than 327,000 metered service connections, nine reservoirs (with a storage capacity of approximately 416,000 acre feet), two water reclamation plants, three water treatment plants, 49 pump stations, and 3,253 miles of pipeline. The City PUD imports approximately 80% to 90% of its water from various sources including a blend from the Colorado River, State Water Project, and local sources. The City’s Water Conservation Program provides public information and education through various sources including: community outreach programs, water conservation literature and materials, indoor and outdoor rebate and survey programs, water waste investigations, Plumbing Retrofit upon Re-Sale Ordinance Program, and various children’s and youth programs.