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Drought Emergency Alert  - Current

Drought Emergency Alert

The Washington State Department of Ecology has declared a drought emergency for a majority of the state. As a result, the Ocean Shores Water Department is taking necessary measures to conserve water resources. Here's what you need to know:

Hydrant Flushing Hold: The Ocean Shores Water Department has temporarily halted all hydrant flushing activities. This measure will be in effect until April 15th, 2025, or until the drought response is terminated.

Monitoring and Updates: The Ocean Shores staff will closely monitor conditions and stay updated on releases from the Department of Ecology. They will keep you informed about any changes or developments regarding the drought situation.

Additional Information: For more information about water conservation and to find resources, please visit the homepage of the Washington State Department of Ecology. You can also reach out to the Ocean Shores Water Department for any further inquiries or assistance related to water conservation.

Let's work together to conserve water during this drought emergency and ensure a sustainable future for our community!