Due to drought conditions, Zone 7 is asking everyone in the Livermore-Amador Valley to reduce water use by at least 20 percent. For tips on how you can achieve this target, click here to view a new brochure from Zone 7 or click here for information from the state's Save Our Water campaign.
Zone 7 stands ready to provide businesses and residents with information, resources and in some cases, rebate incentives for become more water efficient. We're in this together!
This virtual home tour lets you investigate water-saving opportunities in each area of your house. Go the California Urban Water Conservation Council's www.h2ouse.org web site.
A new video from the Save Our Water program uses contemporary music and graphics to educate Californians on water use and and move them to conserve. The video, “Saving California’s Water,” presents facts and statistics on water consumption in a modern and fast-paced format. For example, California has the 15th highest per-capita water consumption in the nation, yet close to 90% of residents say they are very or somewhat willing to conserve water at home.
Info on rebates for water-efficient clothes washers and toilets, lawn conversions, weather-based irrigation controllers, etc.
Dedicated to the efficient and sustainable use of water. Click here.
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Who to Contact with Your Water Conservation Questions
Contact the water conservation specialist at your retailer (i.e. the agency that sends you your water bill). Zone 7 Water Agency also can help with your questions and provide additional information.
|California Water Service Company||
|City of Livermore||
|Dublin San Ramon Services District||
|City of Pleasanton||
|Zone 7 Water Agency||