Long Beach Water's "Mission H20LB" conservation campaign helps the city use water efficiently, meet the statewide mandate and make a permanent lifestyle change in the way Long Beach uses water.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power promotes conservation through a city-wide campaign called "Save the Drop LA," incentivizes turf removal through its "Cash in Your Lawn" program and limits outdoor watering to three days per week for 8 minutes at a time, among other conservation and rebate efforts.
In response to the drought Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts implemented a phased water conservation plan that requires 32-36% reductions. It also launched a new outreach campaign "Drop your water weight: Put your lawn on the drought diet" that includes tips and rebate opportunities.
Las Virgenes Municipal Water District restricts outdoor watering to two days per week, offers its customers SoCal Water$mart program rebates, and provides helpful water conservation tips and tools for homes and businesses on its website.
Lake Hemet MWD works directly with its customers to reduce potable water use. Cooperation with farmers to use raw water and to increase irrigation flexibility has lowered potable water demand, and with the help of its residential customers potable water use is down by 18% for the past 12 months compared to 2013.