The Water Conservation Division provides customers with services and education for efficient water use to help protect this precious natural resource.
The State of California is facing yet another critically dry year. In 2015, the Pleasanton community achieved an impressive 37% reduction in water use compared to 2013! Though we have received a considerable amount of rain this winter, California is still in a drought. In response to the continuing drought and Governor's executive order continuing the mandate on statewide water reduction, Pleasanton maintains a 25% mandatory water reduction compared to 2013 use to protect our water supply. Take the time to re-review the following water-saving tips to ensure your household or business is water-efficient:
Surcharge Adjustment Form: You can submit an Application for Drought Surcharge Adjustment if you received a drought surcharge on your bill and were unable to achieve the required water reduction due to one of the following conditions:
In 2014 Pleasanton was one of the first communities in the state to proactively respond to the drought. This response amounted to a savings of 1.65 billion gallons of precious drinking water compared to water use in 2013! Pleasanton continues to lead the way - In 2015, our community surpassed this amount to save over 2 billion gallons of drinking water! That's a water savings of 37% compared to the amount of water used in our community in 2013! Thank you Pleasanton!