Water In Southern California:

A Finite Source for Infinite Needs

The Quantifcation Settlement Agreement Between San Diego and the Imperial Valley

Water is a precious commodity, and the fight for water is a very important one in our economy. California is alloted 4.4 million acre-feet a year, but continuously uses more.

Where should this water go? Who has the right to the water? What can be done to conserve more water for the future?

Many of these questions were addressed in the Quantifcation Settlement Agreement, a water contract between San Diego and the Imperial Valley, signed in 2004.