• Cactus

    What Should I Plant

    What Should I Plant? Check with your local water agency and if you can water at least two times a week, you can plant water-wise plants and shade trees. This is not the time to install new lawn or thirsty, non-California friendly plants.
  • Flowers

    Install Drip Irrigation & Add a Smart Controller

    Saves 15 gallons each time you water & saves 24+ gallons per day.
  • House

    Reimagine Your Yard

    Feed your vegetables & fruits water first because they feed you! Water-wise plants and shade trees use little or no water once established. Thirsty plants such as lawn and container plants are the lowest priority. If you have to cut back, start here.
  • Cleaning Brush

    Use a Broom to Clean Outdoor Areas

    Use a Broom to Clean Outdoor Areas Saves 8–18 gallons/minute.
  • Flower

    Plant Drought-resistant Trees & Plants

    Save 30–60 gallons per 1000 sq. ft. each time.
  • Flower

    Set MowerBlades to 3”

    Encourages deeper roots & saves 16–50 gallons per day.
  • Kid with Sprinkler

    Adjust Sprinkler Heads & Fix Leaks

    Saves 12–15 gallons each time you water & a leak about as small as the tip of a ballpoint pen can waste about 6,300 gallons of water per month!
  • Use Mulch

    Use Mulch

    Saves 20–30 gallons per 1000 sq. ft. each time you water.