Fixing leaks can save up to 110 gallons of water each month. View our Leak Check List here. You can also schedule a Water-Wise HouseCall to have a water conservation expert advise you on how to check for leaks.

Please limit outdoor water use. When needed, please follow the limited outdoor watering schedule - overnight Tuesday + Saturday between 7pm-8am.

The City provides complimentary water-saving supplies like high-efficiency shower heads, faucet aerators, hose end nozzles, toilet leak detection tabs, DIY leak kits, buckets, and more. Learn more here.

A leak as small as the tip of a ballpoint pen can waste about 6,300 gallons of water per month! Click here to schedule your Water-Wise HouseCall to have a water conservation expert advise you on how to check for leaks.

Place a bucket in your shower and use the captured water in your garden or around the house.

Replacing a 1,000 sq ft lawn by sheet mulching can save an average of 12,000-25,000 gallons of water per year and reduces your water bill. Learn about our Mulch Madness program here.

Installing high-efficiency toilets can save 19 gallons per person each day. Rebates available for high-efficiency toilets and clothes washers. Learn more here.

During this historic drought please prioritize watering your trees deeply once a week over watering your lawns and other high water use plants. Trees take decades to mature and add value to your home. Learn more here.

Reducing your shower from 8 mins. to less than 5 mins. can save 5.5 gallons of water per shower using a water-efficient showerhead. Info on free showerheads available here.

Installing a drip irrigation system and a smart controller can help you irrigate more efficiently and save water.

Installing high-efficiency faucet aerators in your bathroom and kitchen can save up to 1.2 gallons per person per day.

For additional information on how to save water, CLICK HERE.

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