Back to School Water Education


School has started up again and there are some great educational programs to support our local students and school districts. In partnership with the Orange County Coastkeeper, we offer a two-day program to teach students about our local watersheds and the importance of keeping them clean and free from pollution. This two-day program includes an in-class presentation and a field trip to a local watershed to conduct water quality experiments.

Moulton Niguel also participates in Project WET, a national program to provide teachers and administrators with tools to educate students about environmental subjects, including water! This summer, in partnership with the Water Education Foundation, Moulton Niguel hosted a free training session that provided water education materials to K-12 educators and after school educational professionals to incorporate into their classrooms.




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Fall Weather and Watering Tips

While the fall season may still deliver warm daytime temperatures, keep in mind that the days will become shorter and nighttime temperatures will become cooler, which means we should shorten our outdoor watering times. Did you know when you reduce your sprinkler timer by one minute you can save up to 80 gallons of water a week? Even more if you have a larger yard! Or that transforming your landscape to a California friendly garden can help save 40 gallons of water a day?

The smallest of changes can have big impacts to your water use, and your water bill. Moulton Niguel offers a variety of rebates, programs and tools to help you remain water-efficient this season, and all year long.

Attend our free water efficiency workshops:

Apply for a water-efficient rebate:

Monitor your water usage by using our water-saving tools:




September is National Preparedness Month



Last month, Moulton Niguel shared a few tips and reminders following a number of earthquakes and aftershocks throughout the region on how you can best be prepared for a natural disaster. Since September marks National Preparedness Month, we are continuing to offer resources that could be helpful in the case of an emergency or natural disaster.

Do you have a plan to prepare for disasters? Have you discussed your plan with your family, friends, and neighbors? Are you signed up to receive notifications from your City or the County? To begin, we encourage you to register for AlertOC, a mass notification system designed to keep Orange County residents and businesses informed of emergencies. By registering for AlertOC, time-sensitive messages can be sent to your home, cell, or business phone numbers.



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Save the Date for H2O for HOAs

Did you know out of the 170,000 Moulton Niguel customers, approximately 75% of those residents live in an HOA? Whether you are an HOA Board Member, a property manager, or an interested resident that lives in an HOA, we encourage you to attend our annual H2O for HOAs event! This is a great opportunity for us to educate homeowners associations and professional landscapers on ways to increase their water efficiency and decrease the amount of urban runoff that enters into local storm drains.

Topics and case studies planned for this year include water efficiency best practices, stormwater management, turf removal and landscape designs, and more.



Irrigation Workshop – Wednesday, Sept. 11 from 6pm-9pm
Landscape Workshop – Saturday, Sept. 14 from 9am-12pm
Landscape Workshop – Wednesday, Sept. 25 from 6pm-9pm
Community Event: Laguna Niguel Senior Health Expo – Friday, Sept. 20 from 9am-12pm



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Beginning Monday, September 9, 2019, customers who are seeking in-person customer service assistance should visit us at 26880 Aliso Viejo Parkway, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656. Click here for more information. 



Duane D. Cave      Richard Fiore      Donald Froelich      Kelly Jennings
Gary R. Kurtz        Bill Moorhead     Brian S. Probolsky



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