Air quality will fluctuate throughout the weekend. Please go to the Oregon Department of Environmental - Air Quality Monitoring Data for up-to-date information on air quality. Also visit for more air quality resources. 

Surviving Drought in Ashland

Ashland’s primary source of water is collected from rainfall and snowmelt in the Ashland Creek Watershed and stored in Reeder Reservoir high above town.
We depend on the snowpack that collects in our watershed to be there to refill our reservoir and get us through the summer months.
The lack of snowpack in past winters means our water supply is limited and we all need to make sure we are using our water as efficiently as possible.
The good news is that there are a lot of simple ways to reduce the amount of water we use both indoors and outdoors.  Download the PDF below to learn about our programs and some great water saving tips!
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