Have you heard about the new outdoor water restrictions for the city of Los Angeles? While more updates may be forthcoming, on June 1st, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power instituted rules restricting the number of outdoor watering days from three to two within its entire service area. These new restrictions are designed to combat the current ‘mega-drought’ affecting Southern California and ensure resilience for all Angelenos.
Wondering what this means for you?
However, it’s important to remember that a beautiful flourishing yard doesn’t even need a whole lot of water, even in the hotter months! With the right landscaping, techniques, and a little TLC, you can enjoy a lovely yard and even set an example for your neighbors.
Looking for some waterwise yard tips?
Ready to make changes to your yard? Be sure to check out your local water district’s website for rebates. If the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is your provider, make sure to also look at their rebates and programs! You can get free water efficient devices for the home, rebates for outdoor water-saving devices, and incentives for lawn transformation.
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