DRIP Water Watcher Program
Notice a Sprinkler Problem?
Report park sprinkler problems and concerns by participating in the
Do Report Irrigation Problems (DRIP)
Water Watcher Program!
In an effort to conserve water, Conejo Recreation & Park District has instituted a variety of smart water practices in our parks. Here are a few examples:
- Computer-controlled irrigation systems that respond to daily fluctuations in the evaporation rates.
- Use of low volume urinals and toilets fitted with infrared automatic valves.
- Shortened hours of operation for decorative fountains operated and maintained by the District.
- Converting selected turf areas with drought tolerant landscaping.
- Removal of turf from beneath mature trees and replacing it with wood chips, which provides a more natural habitat for the trees.
These are all great techniques for having an efficient water conservation program but we want to do more. In fact, our goal is to reduce our water consumption by 20% by the year 2020 (as compared to our 2007 benchmark). That's where you can help!
Use the simple form below to report water leaks, broken sprinklers, over-watering due to malfunctioning controllers, or anything that results in water waste.
Click here to read CRPD's Water Conservation Policy.
Thank you for participating in the DRIP Water Watcher Program!