Irrigation restrictions are in effect year round. Visit this site to learn which restrictions apply to you.
The more water we each use means there is less for recharging our springs and rivers. Learn how to use less, while saving money on your utility bill!
Outdoor water use can account for almost 60% of residential water use. One great way to reduce water use (and your utility bill) is to replace thirsty landscapes with native drought tolerant plants.
If you receive a utility bill, click HERE to download our calculator!
Click HERE to see our water conservation television commercial
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