Summer is upon the Coachella Valley with temperatures ranging from 105 to 120 degrees and high humidity nearing. Learn some helpful tips for summer maintenance by watching our video.
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Early summer is a good time to prune some shrubs and trees. Learn more by watching our video.
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Below are some ways to keep plants healthy during the warm season:
Cooler weather is here! Now's the time to reduce outdoor watering times.
Grass and plants don’t need as much water during the cool season. See tips below.
In November, grass only requires about four minutes of watering per day. Likewise i...
Take advantage of CVWD's conservation rebates & discounts
CVWD invested $6.7 million in funding for conservation rebate and incentive programs this fiscal year and expects to continue the same level of funding in the new fiscal year starting July 1.
Leaks can account for more than 200 gallons of water wasted per day. An average leak can add significantly to your bill.
Did you know if your family replaces a showerhead with a WaterSense labeled model, you...
Water outdoor plants less this winter to help avoid drought penalty fees and fines.
Plants and grass don’t require daily watering during the winter months. In fact, a new mandatory watering schedule is in effect. Outdoor watering is prohibited on Mondays a...
Outdoor water conservation is one of the most significant methods of water conservation in the Coachella Valley.
Save more water outdoors this month with these three tips:
Here are some tips to help reduce outdoor water use and avoid drought penalty fees:
Let your grass go golden this fall and winter to avoid drought penalties. Bermuda grass can be kept alive in a dormant condition throughout the winter with only occasional watering. Don't forget to continue watering your trees!
If you choose to overs...