Tonight in Woodside, with the drought as a backdrop, Cal Water is scheduled to make a presentation at a meeting of the town's Sustainability and Conservation Committee.
The meeting is open to the public and starts at 6 p.m. in Independence Hall at 2955 Woodside Road.
The California Water Service Company supplies fresh water to much of Woodside as well as Portola Valley, Atherton and parts of Menlo Park,
Committee Chair Jason Mendelson said he has invited the entire Town Council to the meeting and has asked representatives from Cal Water to be prepared to answer questions from the audience.
"I would hope many of (the council members) would attend as this is a very important issue and I have implored them to take action," Mr. Mendelson said in an email.
The committee will hear a report from a Drought and Water Conservation Subcommittee on recommendations to the Town Council for water conservation in town.
The meeting begins with a review of the 2015 Earth Fair and plans for the 2016 fair, which will be held in Portola Valley.