Cal Water has been preparing for these increasingly serious drought conditions, and Stage 2 of its Water Shortage Contingency Plan helps conserve while continuing to support its customers and provide quality, service, and value to them. Cal Water offers customers a variety of conservation programs and encourages them to take advantage of these resources to help save water every day.
Cal Water’s industry-leading conservation programs include:
- Lawn-to-garden rebate of $3 per square foot of lawn removed and replaced with low-water-use landscaping
- Spray-to-drip rebate of $0.50 per square foot of landscaping converted from standard spray irrigation to a drip system
- Rebates on high-efficiency appliances and devices, with certain rebates now doubled
- A free smart landscape tune-up program that includes an irrigation system evaluation along with installation of efficient devices and repair of most irrigation leaks
- A free residential conservation kit that includes a garden hose nozzle with shutoff valve, high-efficiency showerheads, faucet aerators, and more for residential customers
More conservation programs, drought resources, and a full list of the prohibited uses of water can be found on the drought section
of Cal Water's website.
Download a PowerPoint presentation (PDF)
summarizing what moving into Stage 2 means for Rancho Dominguez District customers.
If you have questions, please contact Cal Water at 310-257-1400.