CRPD's Water Conservation Plan
|Message From Our General Manager |
Our Water Situation is Serious
Last year was the driest year on record for our area and the Governor has declared a drought emergency throughout California. Southern California water agencies served by MWD reportedly have enough water stored to get us through another year. But what if there is below average rainfall over the next twelve months?
CLICK HERE to read the entire message (PDF)
|CRPD's Water Conservation Policy & Practices |
Water Conservation Recommendations to Board of Directors (PDF 5/7/2015)
Water Usage Summary (Jul 2006 to Apr 2015) (PDF)
Water Conservation Report to Board of Directors (PDF 3/6/2014)
CRPD's Water Conservation Policy (PDF) effective March 2014
CRPD's Water Conservation Practices (PDF)
In order to conserve water and sustain most of the grass and landscaping, irrigation has been turned off in portions of nearly every park. In these areas, the grass will die and the turf will be converted to some other ground cover, such as wood chips. Click on the links below to view maps of where turf conversions will occur in the parks.
|D.R.I.P. Water Watcher Program |
Help Us Conserve!
Report park sprinkler problems and concerns by participating in the Do Report Irrigation Problems (D.R.I.P.) Water Watcher Program. Use the simple form below to report water leaks, broken sprinklers, over-watering due to malfunctioning controllers, or anything that results in water waste.