Warmer weather is just around the corner. There are lots of ways to ensure you, your family, or your business are using water efficiently and preventing water waste. From simple leak repairs in and around your house, to climate-smart plant choices for your landscape; you'll fine a host of water-saving ideas in the list below, as well as at Save our Water.
ADOPT THESE HABITS FOR LIFE LONG WATER SAVINGS
Current required Water Conservation Measures
City of Pleasanton's Water Shortage Ordinance PMC 9.30
California Save Our Water Website
Want more help reducing your water use? Check out our Water Conservation Rebates and Services, and call the City of Pleasanton Water Conservation Program: 925-931-5531.
Rescape California is a holistic approach to gardening and landscaping that works in harmony with the natural conditions of the San Francisco Bay Watershed. Bay-Friendly practices foster soil health, conserve water and other valuable resources while reducing waste and preventing pollution.
Visit Lose Your Lawn for one-stop information about local resources for losing your lawn. The webiste has step-by-step videos demonstrating how to use the technique of sheet mulching to cover up your existing lawn with cardboard and mulch, and how to convert an existing sprinkler system to drip irrigation.
The Alameda County Master Gardeners are a group of trained volunteers that help residents of Alameda County learn about gardening. They offer a wealth of information from outstanding plants for Alameda County, safe plant pest management, demonstration gardens, and more.
On April 7, 2017 Governor Brown issued Executive Order B-40-17, terminating the California drought emergency in most parts of California. Subsequently, upon confirmation of anticipated adequate water supply conditions for 2017, the Pleasanton City Council affirmed the reclassification of Pleasanton's water supply level to Adequate Supply under the City's Water Management Plan. Mandatory conservation measures remain in effect to prevent water waste, as specified within the State's Making Water Conservation a California Way of Life Plan.