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Worst Drought in State’s History Requires More Water Conservation

In response to the ongoing severe drought, the State Water Resources Control Board issued an emergency regulation to water agencies, which includes the City of Daly City, to increase water conservation or face possible fines of up to $500 a day for each infraction.

Slurry Seal 2014 Comes to Original Daly City, Civic Center and Hillside Blvd Neighborhoods

Daly City’s annual Street Slurry Seal and Cape Seal Project repairs areas of damaged pavement, replaces fine aggregate stripped from the pavement surface and reduces water penetration in the roadway base. This year’s project includes the Original Daly and Civic Center neighborhoods and Hillside Boulevard. This work is scheduled to occur between July and September 2013.

Social Media is Now Active in City Government

Social media has become a daily part of how we interact with friends and community. In fact, it is estimated that nearly 70% of internet users spend more time with social media sites than any other type of site.

Social Media Poll

Departments across the City have launched social media sites in order to distribute information, reach a broad audience of residents, and increase our community engagement. Help the City learn how best to connect with you by completing our social media poll.

Residents Are Urged to Reduce Water Use by 10%

Dry weather conditions in 2013 were unprecedented, prompting Governor Brown to declare a drought emergency for the state and asking Californians to take action by voluntarily reducing water use by 20%. Click here for more tips on conserving water.