It is easy to save water.
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Outdoor conservation tip #7:
Water early in the a.m. or evening.
Outdoor conservation tip #5:
Install a smart irrigation controller.
Indoor conservation tip #2:
Turn off the water when brushing teeth or shaving.
Outdoor conservation tip #6:
Plant drought-resistant trees and shrubs.
Indoor conservation tip #8:
Take showers that are no longer than 5 minutes.
Outdoor conservation tip #4:
Install drip irrigation.
Outdoor conservation tip #8:
Adjust sprinklers to water plants, not driveways or walkways.
California offers rebate programs for consumers to help save water.
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IV Conserves is a joint water conservation effort
for the Imperial Valley. Click on your provider for more information.
What You Should Know
Governor Brown declared a statewide drought emergency in January 2014 after the state experienced record dry conditions. California is doing better in 2017, but experts say that conservation is still needed.
What You Can Do
Water is a critical part of California's way of life. Our economy, our environment and our day-to-day lifestyle needs water to flourish.
Read about the latest drought news impacting California and the Colorado River.