West Sacramento Splash Park Closes Due To Drought
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WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Summer will be a little less cool in West Sacramento after city officials closed the Spray Ground to conserve water.
The park features multiple water fountains and has become a popular way for kids to beat the heat during summer.
The closure is part of the city’s drought emergency response. They have set a goal of reducing water use by 20 percent.
Closing the spray park will save an estimated 630,000 gallons of water a month.