Recognizing the impacts of climate change and the need to be thoughtful stewards of our water, Los Angeles County Public Works, together with water management organizations and a diverse array of stakeholders, developed the Los Angeles County Water Plan, focused on achieving countywide water resilience through collaborative Strategies.
These key four focal areas describe desired outcomes identified through working groups, workshops, and discussions with numerous groups and individuals. The CWP describes a collaborative approach for achieving these desired outcomes and establishes a platform for measuring progress.
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Managing water in Los Angeles County is complicated. The County is sustained by a complex network of natural and engineered water systems that work collectively to meet the needs of our communities and environment. With over 200 water supply, wastewater treatment, flood control, and land management agencies, collaboration on a regional scale is critical to facilitating the resilience and sustainability of this critical resource.