Urban Water Management Plan

The Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) serves as a planning tool for
the city's water utility (which serves all of Lakewood west of the San Gabriel River).

The plan examines the following elements:

  • Projected changes in population and land use, which could increase water demand;
  • Historical water use by water source (i.e., groundwater, import water and recycled
    water supplies) and water customer type;
  • Future water supply and demand projections for the next 20 years based on the
    2020 per capita per day water use target of 99 GPCD required by state mandate;
  • Water conservation efforts including water audits, installation of water saving
    devices and public information programs; and
  • Water shortage contingency plan, which includes the city’s water use prohibitions
    and water conservation planning.

You can review both current and past Urban Water Management Plans below, as well as the appendices and attachments.

Urban Water Management Plans