Read our latest conservation and water efficiency newsletter with tips on how to survive the drought. Plus, get details on all the best rebates to help you plan for the summer months.
Leaks are often the cause of high water bills. The US EPA’s annual Fix a Leak Week, March 14-20, 2022, is a great reminder of how important it is to check for leaks around your home. According to the US EPA, the average household's leak...
Now is the perfect time to make your landscape more resilient to drought! We has an upcoming series of landscaping webinars in March and April 2022 to help customers with landscape water efficiency improvements and how to create a water-wise garden.
With the ongoing drought across California, water conservation should be on everyone’s list of New Year’s resolutions. And of all the resolutions on your list, you might find conserving water is the easiest one to keep! Learn how with My Water Report.
The holidays are here and as community health restrictions ease, you probably have a lot on your mind as you consider playing host to friends and family. Here’s another thing you’ll want to consider: increased water use. During this time of year, the aver...
Read our latest conservation and water efficiency newsletter with tips to survive the drought, whether it's indoors or outdoors. Also, get the scoop on our latest rebate to help you track your water use.
After warm, dry summer months, be sure to adjust your watering schedule into the fall so you don’t overwater. Also, check out our step-by-step guide on planning a landscape project to help customers from start to finish.
Get free customized advice from our water efficiency experts on how to check for leaks, manage your water use, and save water.
Get a $100 instant rebate when you purchase a Flume Smart Home Water Monitor that can measure real-time water use, provide leak alerts, and help you manage your indoor and landscape water use.
Check out the latest conservation newsletter with a dry year update, ways to help you prepare for summer, and upcoming virtual events you don't want to miss!
The typically cool and wet months are making way for warmer weather without much rain or snow to show for it. By early April, precipitation in the Northern Sierra was just over 50% of average for that time of year. The dry year meant Contra Costa Water Di...