The City of Petaluma offers many water conservation programs to help our residential and commercial customers conserve water; including rebates, water evaluations, and free water saving devices. Questions? Call the Water Conservation line at (707) 778-4507 or email [email protected]
To learn about the City of Petaluma's water supply, as well as how we manage and plan for our community’s water needs, click here.
Learning to read your water meter is important because it can help identify if you have a leak and also allows you to calculate your average water use. Click here to learn more.
Get free advice on how to save water at home and at work. A water conservation expert will look into water use at your property and advise you how to improve. Learn more here.
Did you know that indoor household water needs can typically be met using 25-50 gallons per person per day? Click here to use our Water Use Calculator to gauge your households water use.
In just 10 mins. you can search your home for leaks and reduce water waste. Start with the steps listed here, along with the checklist provided to chase down leaks.
The City offers complimentary water-saving devices for faucets, hoses, and showers. Click here to read a list of devices and where to find them.
The drought emergency in Petaluma continues to be very serious. Water Use Restrictions remain in place. Click here to view the full list of restrictions.
During this historic drought, we ask that you please prioritize watering the trees around your home instead of your lawn and other plants. Click here to learn more.
The City of Petaluma is encouraging residents to find and fix leaks with the Dye Tab Challenge. Toilet leaks are often silent and can waste hundreds of gallons of water per day, making the toilet the number one cause for a high-water bill. Test your toilets for leaks and join the Challenge. Click here to see where you can pickup free dye tabs.
Learn how the City partners with local and state agencies -- and how those partnerships benefit our community.
The City of Petaluma is celebrating residents and businesses who have stepped up during this historic drought to help us save water. CLICK HERE to view videos featuring local Conservation Champions who share tips on how to live water wise lifestyles at home and at work.