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It’s our goal to provide a reliable and safe drinking water supply to meet your present and future needs at a reasonable cost—and to share easy tips on how to conserve.

Water-Saving Tips

Indoors and out, there are many easy ways to conserve water—and help reduce your monthly water bill. Read on to learn all about it.


Only Wash Full Loads

For clothes or dishes, only do a load if it’s full. This saves 15 to 45 gallons per load.

Check for Leaks

A leak within your irrigation system, toilets, or faucets will account for a large portion of water waste.

Water Saving Garden Friendly

Look for the Water Saving Garden Friendly logo at Home Depot and other garden centers to find plants that will thrive in the Inland Empire climate and save water.

Drip Irrigation System

Consider installing a drip irrigation system to water your plants and trees more efficiently.

Soil Type

To determine your soil type, take a handful of moist soil from your garden, and give it a firm squeeze.

  • If it falls apart immediately - Sand
  • If you touch it and it crumbles - Loam
  • If you touch it and it stays the same - Clay

Water in the Early Morning or Evening

You can lose as much as 30% of water to evaporation if you water under the hot midday sun.

Turn Off the Faucet

Whether you’re washing dishes, brushing your teeth or cleaning vegetables, don’t let the faucet run. It’s never okay to let unused water run down the drain.


Add mulch whenever possible, 2 to 4 inches deep. Mulch helps conserve moisture by reducing water evaporation from the soil. It also improves the health of the soil, reduces weed growth, and makes your area look more appealing.

Install Water-Saving Devices

We offer free water conservation kits for the kitchen and bathroom. Install them and save.

Plant Drought-Resistant Trees and Plants

You can save up to 40% in water costs by replacing your turf with these options. The best time to plant drought-tolerant and native plants is during the fall and spring, when watering requirements are much lower.

Fix Leaks

Leaky toilets and dripping faucets account for a large portion of water waste.

Use a Broom

Don't use a hose to clean driveways and sidewalks.

Waterwise Demonstration Garden

View a complete list of plants in the Waterwise Demonstration Garden.

Turf and Efficient Irrigation

If the only person stepping on an area of grass is the person mowing it, that’s called non-functional turf. Consider replacing it. As for your functional turf, make sure you have a sprinkler system with high-efficiency nozzles. You also might want to invest in a weather-based smart irrigation timer controller.

Don’t Water the Gutter

Position your sprinkler so the water lands on the lawn and not on paved areas. Also try to avoid watering on windy days.

Take Shorter Showers

Long, hot showers can waste 5 to 10 gallons of water every unneeded minute. A 5-minute shower is usually all that’s needed.

Plan ahead

Create a design. Draw out the major elements of your landscape including your house, driveway, sidewalk, trees, and other elements.  Think of how you would want to use your new landscape.  Would you like room for your pets?  Need room for the kids to play? Curb appeal? Simply, what would you like to see?