Like the rest of the state, Palo Alto and Bay Area face future crisis over how to manage water supply
The water bubbles up at the Pulgas Water Temple near CaĆ±ada Road, a monument to a Herculean effort: moving massive amounts of water to the arid Bay Area from the Sierras. On Oct. 28, 1934, the mountain waters roaring through the pipeline from Hetch Hetchy was a watershed event.
Photos by Norbert von der Groeben/Palo Alto Online.
The high price of water
Saving a gallon at a time
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