H2O Pro Program
Free landscape irrigation assessment for community associations and commercial landscapes on how to
save water and money
H2O Pro Program
Save water and money with H2O Pro, a free irrigation assessment and water management program
for community associations and commercial landscapes.
Get free expert assistance from Moulton Niguel Water District!
There is always room to be more water-efﬁcient and to reduce urban runoff. The Moulton Niguel Water District’s H2O Pro program connects businesses, community and landscape managers, and Homeowners Associations with experts who:
- Assess Water Usage
- Identify Landscape Irrigation Needs
- Help prioritize improvements to provide cost-effective solutions
View the H2O Pro Program Roadmap below to get started.
Questions? Contact us at (949) 448-4025 or by email.
H2O Pro Program Roadmap
Hover your mouse over each number to learn how to get started with our H2O Pro program.
The H2O Pro program offers FREE landscape survey services for commercial sites within the District’s service area. The survey will provide the District’s commercial customers with detailed information about their irrigation system and landscape conditions.
How to Get Started:
- APPLY FOR PROGRAM
To apply, click here.
- INFORMATIONAL SESSION
Initial meeting to introduce the overall program, incentives, and resources. Opportunity to discuss the account manager’s needs, concerns, and water management goals.
- SITE ASSESSMENT
On-site visit to evaluate landscape conditions, irrigation system, controller technology, maintenance practices, areas of concern, and potential for implementing demand management measures.
- POST-ASSESSMENT REVIEW
Meeting to deliver and review comprehensive report; explore findings, costs, and District-sponsored programs & incentives; and, develop a water management plan.
- 60 DAY FOLLOW-UP
Touch point 60 days following the review session to evaluate progress toward water management goals.
- 120 DAY FOLLOW-UP
Touch point 120 days following the review session to evaluate progress toward water management goals.