Plenty of Water in the State’s Dams
Almost all of the dams in our Southern Baja state are full, said the National Water Commission. The San Lazaro dam, located in San Jose del Cabo, the La Palma, the second largest in the state, the Ihuagil in Comondu, La HIguerilla in Constitution and La Buena Mujer in La Paz have enough water to guarantee its supply to the population. Thank you Hurricane Kay!
There’s actually not much water behind those dams because they’re silted in. And most of the water that we use comes from the aquifer anyway not the dams.