COVID-19 Update: Stanford’s drinking water is reliable and continues to meet water quality standards. Our water supplier, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), uses disinfection processes that keep our water safe from viruses. Additionally, the Water Resources staff on campus continue to operate, monitor, and maintain the University’s water distribution system. For more information on our drinking water, visit suwater.stanford.edu/drinking-water-overview and mywaterquality.ca.gov/safe_to_drink
This event is being rescheduled due to COVID-19. Please check back soon for updates. Original advertisement:Join us on campus at 6pm on April 8th to learn about water-efficient techniques for growing vegetables at home. Register and see more classes at bawsca.org/classes.
The Water Resources and Civil Infrastructure group manages and maintains Stanford's civil infrastructure: water, sewer and storm drainage systems, in conjunction with an extensive water efficiency and stewardship program, which focuses on sustainable water use by managing available resources to meet university needs and preserving ecological systems to maintain these vital resources for future generations.