On May 28, 2015, the Camrosa Board of Directors declared a
Stage Three Water Emergency, with mandatory water-waste restrictions effective immediately.
Many of our customers have made conservation a way of life. But the State Water Board
implementing Governor Brown’s
Executive Order require Camrosa to
reduce potable water production by 32 percent compared to 2013. It’s never been more
important to make every drop count.
Using water efficiently—irrigation timers, water-saving nozzles, fixing leaks, water-efficient fixtures
and appliances—is the best way to reduce your water use without compromising your lifestyle. A little effort goes a long way.
Tips on how to conserve water use in the house
The best water-efficient products and where to find them
Metropolitan Water District’s source for rebates, incentives, conservation tips, and
materials for your California Friendly Garden
Save Our Water:
Ideas and inspiration for permanently reducing water use
MWD Educational Resources:
Water education for students and teachers
CUWCC: The California Urban Water Conservation Council (CUWCC) is a statewide water conservation membership agency, which Camrosa Water District is a member. CUWCC has created a water conservation video library. The video library provides multiple videos on how residents can use their water more efficiently.
WaterWise Gardening in Ventura County: A public site where Ventura County residents can get ideas and inspiration for improving landscapes while using less water