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Current Water Usage to Historical Average

Bar chart comparing average daily water usage per customer across different months for two years and a 33-year average. IPUD data
Source: IPUD

 

What is an Acre Foot?

A common term in the water world, an Acre Foot is approximately 326,000 gallons, which is enough water to cover an acre of land about 1-foot deep. 

Illustration comparing different shapes equaling one acre-foot volume, showing dimensions and 325,851 gallons of water equivalency.
Source: North Marin Water District
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