Culver City Urges Water Conservation

Culver City is encouraging residents to voluntarily reduce water usage by 15%. California is experiencing severe drought conditions. Governor Newsom has declared a drought state of emergency in 50 of the State’s 58 counties.
Everyone is encouraged to use water responsibly and make conservation an important part of their routine every day.

How Can You Reduce?
Attach shut-off nozzles to all hoses
Limit outdoor irrigation to no more that 3 days a week (or less)
Make every drop count by watering outdoors in the evenings or set timers to run overnight to avoid evaporation that results from watering during daylight hours
But don’t forget to WATER YOUR TREES at least once a week to avoid tree loss

What is Prohibited?
Hosing off sidewalks, driveways, and other hardscapes except when health and safety is a risk
Washing motor vehicles unless the hose is fitted with a shut-off nozzle
Operating a fountain or water feature unless the water is recirculated
Excess runoff when watering outdoors
Learn More
Learn about water conservation in Culver City and find water resources
Learn about rebates, find resources, and discover tips to save water and increase efficiency from Golden State Water
Find additional water-saving resources and discover tips through the Save our Water Program

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