Water Awareness MonthWater Awareness Month first started as a joint effort between the California Department of Water Resources and the Association of CA Water Agencies during the California Drought of 1987-1992. Today, water agencies throughout the state conduct public outreach and education events during the month of May to deliver the message of conservation.
In conjunction with this awareness campaign, the City has also evaluated internal operations to ensure maximum efficiency of water use. Additionally, a number of free services and programs are also available to customers such as a City wide watering schedule, a Home Water Survey Kit, tools to report water waste, high efficiency appliance rebates, and low flow devices to qualifying customers. We have also developed a Water Pledge tool for consumers to actively participate and commit to making reductions in and around the home. The City offers information, ideas, tips, and resources for conserving water on the City's website as well.
We hope that residents will join us in doing all that we can to protect our water resources and ensure the future of our water supply.
Water conservation tips