How will the City achieve the mandatory State 20% reduction in 2015?
We are asking all water customers to continue their reductions from 2014 which resulted in a 12% decrease and cut an additional 8%. We are also updating irrigation equipment at City parks. The Lawn Replacement Rebate Program will help many residents and businesses voluntarily replace their thirsty lawns with climate-appropriate plants, permeable hardscapes or artificial turf. The City is also required by the State to stop irrigation of turf on street medians. For more information please call 831-768-3100.

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1. Am I required to let my lawn to turn brown and die?
2. Am I allowed to wash my car?
3. Do the sprinkler watering restrictions also effect other methods of watering?
4. When and how am I allowed to water my vegetable garden?
5. Why is there so much attention on lawns?
6. What should I do if I see water running off a property?
7. What will the City do if I report water waste?
8. Will the City issue fines to residents and businesses?
9. What about City parks and facilities?
10. Is the City rationing water? Is there a limit on how much I can use?
11. How will the City achieve the mandatory State 20% reduction in 2015?
12. How can the City help me cut my water use?
13. Is the City running out of water?
14. Will our water supply be ok once we get good winter rains?
15. What is being done to deal with the groundwater overdraft?
16. What about recycled water?
17. Why not just desalinize sea water and use it for urban and agriculture needs?