No. The availability of water is highly dependent on the weather patterns in any given year (which can vary based on such events as El Nino and La Nina), access to groundwater (which is essentially non-renewable due to slow recharge rates), contamination, drought, excessive use, etc. it should never be assumed that water will always be available because it is a precious resource, and it is necessary to conserve in whatever ways you can (shorter showers, xeriphytic landscaping, etc.).
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