Live Within Your Budget

California is experiencing unprecedented drought conditions.  The Governor and the State Water Resources Control Board have issued mandatory drought regulations. It’s important that we all use water wisely.

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Reduce Outdoor Water Use

  • Remove turf (rebates available)
  • Plant California Friendly Gardens
  • Limit watering hours and duration
  • Avoid excessive water runoff

Need more water saving tips?  Click here to learn more.

Want to learn how much water you are using?  Click here to find out…

MNWD Will Pay to Help You Save Water!Sample Bill

Take advantage of our Rebate Programs…

  • Receive up to $1.50 per square foot for removing your lawn
  • Receive up to $1.50 per square foot for installing synthetic turf
  • Receive up to $380 for each weather-based irrigation controller installed
  • Get up to $8 for each rotating sprinkler spray nozzle installed

MNWD offers more rebates than listed above.  To learn more, click here to find all rebates available to our customers.

Observe MNWD’s Water Conservation Best Management Practices

  • Installation of Water Conservation Devices
  • Standards for Water Conservation Devices
  • Limits on Watering Hours between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on any day
  • Limits on Water Duration
  • No Watering During Rain
  • Plant Low-Water Demand Plants and Trees
  • No Excessive Water Flow or Runoff
  • No Washing Down Hard or Paved
  • Obligation to Fix Leaks, Breaks or Malfunctions
  • Re-circulating Water Required for Water Fountains and Decorative Water Features
  • Limits on Washing Vehicles
  • Drinking Water Served Upon Request Only
  • Commercial Lodging Establishments Must Provide Option to Not Launder Linens Daily
  • Installation of Single Pass Cooling Systems
  • Installation of Non-re-circulating Water Systems in Commercial Car Washes and Laundry Systems
  • Restaurants Required to Use Water Conserving Dish Wash Spray Valves
  • Swimming Pools and Spa Covers
  • Water Waste and Unreasonable Water Use Prohibited

For more information about MNWD’s Water Conservation Best Management Practices, please click here.