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Water Conservation - schedules for residential and commercial water customers
water just one weekend day per week - from november 6, 2016 to march 12, 2017
Doing your part is easy:
When you change your clock on November 6, remember to also change your sprinkler timer.
Select either Saturday or Sunday for your watering day. No weekday watering is permitted through March 12 2017.
Remember to water with the weather! If rain is in the forecast, be sure to turn-off sprinklers for at least one week or even leaving them off this fall and winter.
For more information on drought and water conservation, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.
NEW "BEYOND THE DROUGHT" WATERING SCHEDULER
Use less water by adjusting your controller for weather at least monthly. Use this Irrigation Scheduler on your computer, tablet or smart phone to calculate run-times based on current weather in your area.
If you see watering taking place on the wrong day or time or you see over-watering, please report it to the City by calling 311 or (916) 264-5011. You can also email when and where you saw the water misuse to firstname.lastname@example.org or report it via the 311 app on your mobile phone.
Gold is the new Green!
You can spruce up your lawn with our new lawn sign telling your neighbors that you are doing your part to help spare Sacramento's water! Pick up a sign today at our Customer Service Offices, 1395 35th Avenue. Hours are Monday- Thursday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. -11:30 a.m.
Beautiful Landscapes Don’t Always Require Lots of Water
Plants like California Fuchsia are both pretty and water smart! Find the right plants your yard, sunlight and soil!
Find out information about our NEW River-Friendly Landscape Rebate Program.
Sign up for our new Various Landscaping Workshops.
businesses Team with the City to save water
We invite your business to partner with the City of Sacramento to remind customers to keep conserving water. Learn more about free materials available.
Free Water Conservation Materials Available to Businesses
California is experiencing an historic drought, and the State Water Resources Control Board has enacted emergency regulations, including requiring restaurants to serve water upon request and hotels to offer guests the option to reuse towels and linens for multiday stays.
We invite your business to partner with the City of Sacramento to remind customers to keep conserving water.
Check out what restaurants are doing to help save water
The following materials are available free of charge to City of Sacramento businesses:
Please return your completed forms to email@example.com
Quantities are limited. Orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.
tools to help save water