Conservation Resources

California DWR

AB 1881 – California’s Model Landscape Ordinance

Get all the latest information on AB 1881 which took effect January 1, 2010 and affects all cities within our service area. Find out more about how California is making sure future water supplies are used wisely in the landscape sector.

Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE)

AWE is a national organization promoting the efficient and sustainable use of water. Visit their website and check out their Resource Library! AWE strives to provide the best on-line resources on water conservation and efficiency. Search through our collection and discover the wealth of useful, technical information assembled. Click here to access it directly.


Be Water Wise – Metropolitan Water District
Find out about all the regional rebates and local conservation information on this website hosted by the Metropolitan Water District.

The Garden Spot

The Garden Spot
This site maintained by the Metropolitan Water District, provides a clearinghouse of information about smart gardening in Southern California. Get informed and get started!

Save Our Water

Save our Water
Find out about the recent launch of the 2010 Campaign, Real People, Real Savings; a great way to check out what real people are doing to save water across the state. Also, check out their new videos as well as a whole host of interesting information about saving water

Environment protection agency


This site provides information about the new WaterSense appliance label which is the water-use efficiency equivalent to Energy Star.

Alliance for Water Efficiency Home Water Works
This site will help you calculate your water usage and identify easy ways to save water in your home.

Water Use it Wisely
This site provides a number of water-saving tips and resources to educate consumers. A national water conservation campaign communicates simple ways to save water.

Home Advisor – Water Conservation Tips

Water Conservation for Kids!

Did you know that kids can make a very important difference towards water conservation?

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