Click to Home
Go To Search
Water Conservation
How are we doing?

Water con April 18 .png

A message from City Councilman Larry Forester

Water Conservation, Lawns, and Trees

For some suggestions on how to maintain your lawn and conserve water, please watch the following video: Grass Can Always Be Greener. You may decide that you'd like to reduce water consumption by opting to remove your lawn and replace it with native plant material. Let's be California Friendly and conserve by following the current restrictions!

Let's not forget about our trees during the drought. For tips on how to save your landscape trees, while conserving water, please read Water Wise Tree Care. It is possible to save water and trees!

Rebate Information

Water conservation RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL rebates are available now at bewaterwise and CalWater. Please note that rebate funds are limited and will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is exhausted. 

Parkway Landscape Guide and No-Fee Permit
Landscaping the parkway in front of your home with drought tolerant vegetation in combination with, or without, hardscape materials is one way to conserve water. Water Conservation and Landscaping are important partners.

Please review the City's Parkway Landscape Guide for some attractive and water conserving ideas. Once you have a plan, simply complete a No-Fee Parkway Encroachment Permit and submit it along with your plan to the Public Works Department for review.

Los Angeles County hosts a series of FREE Smart Gardening Workshops. Sign up for a workshop in your area to learn more about drought tolerant gardening in their beginner, intermediate, and advanced level classes.

City Seal
Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Contact Us Sitemap Agendas & Minutes Accessibility Copyright NoticeFAQs Powered by CivicPlus