For us in the West San Gabriel Valley, we don’t have to worry about spending too much money to import money compared to the City of Los Angeles. We have mountains, hills, and flatlands that collect water into the Main San Gabriel Basin. The Basin is our primary source of drinking water for over 1 million people. Unfortunately, we have a limited amount of water. This means we need to save water where we can and find new ways to replenish local water supply. This is difficult when we have more droughts and less rain due to climate change.