On January 17, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown officially declared California in a drought emergency. LADWP is asking residents across the city to look for more ways to reduce their water use and encouraging our customers to take advantage of LADWP rebates to help them save both water and money. LADWP has activated the Water Conservation Response Unit in order to implement the mandatory Emergency Water Conservation Plan Ordinance – Phase 2. Do your part in following the odd/even watering schedule based on the last number of your street address.

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The Water Conservation Response Unit patrols communities across Los Angeles looking for wasteful uses of water and educate customers about the importance of practicing conservation. The goal of the unit is to remind residents and businesses to stop wasting water and to make conservation a part of daily routines.As the Water Conservation Response Unit patrols the streets, they will have available conservation information and devices such as literature, low flow shower heads, and faucet aerators. They will also respond to reports of water waste emailed to waterwaste@ladwp.com or phoned in to the LADWP Customer Call Center at 1-800-DIAL-DWP (1-800-342-5397).LADWP offers many rebates and incentives to residents and business owners to help conserve water. For more information on these rebates, please visit Rebates and Programs – Residential Customers orCommercial Water Conservation Rebate Program.
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 New article posted in LA TIMES A guide to rebates on drought-tolerant landscaping

Make sure you are following the guidelines provided here: DWP Water conservation 

Flores landscape featured in Los Angeles times click here to read it