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Rancho California Water District
Desert / Inland Empire

Rancho California Water District reduced its customer water budgets by 30% and implemented a new water budget tool, MyWaterTracker, to give customers all the information needed to stay within their budgets. The district also assists customers in finding ways to use water more efficiently.

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Restrictions & Enforcement
Outdoor water budget
Restricted watering times
Reduced water budgets
Warnings / citations / fines
Outreach & Education
Drought-friendly landscape / gardening classes
Media campaigns (TV, radio, print, etc.)
Hotel / Restaurant outreach and signange
Local events, festivals and/or fairs
Save Our Water materials
Rebates & Incentives
Turf Replacement
High efficiency fixtures / appliance
Smart irrigation controllers, rain barrels, etc.
New Consumer Tools & Devices
Conservation website(s)
Mobile apps for reporting waste/leaks
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Rio Linda Elverta Community Water District
Northern California / Sacramento Valley

Rio Linda Elverta Community Water District provides information to the community on its website, newsletters, and flyers and regularly answers questions from the public. The district also provides rebates on high efficiency toilets and washing machines, free retrofit kits, outdoor irrigation audits, and works with customers to identify leaks at billing periods. The district issues violations letters and responds to water waste reports.

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Restrictions & Enforcement
Outdoor watering: 2 days/week
Warnings / citations / fines
Outreach & Education
Media campaigns (TV, radio, print, etc.)
Local events, festivals and/or fairs
Save Our Water materials
Rebates & Incentives
High efficiency fixtures / appliance
New Consumer Tools & Devices
Conservation website(s)
Efficiency audits
Free water saving devices
System / Operational Efficiencies
Infrastructure improvements / projects
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Riverside Public Utilities
Desert / Inland Empire

Riverside Public Utilities formed a Drought Action Team to respond to the drought through numerous and varied activities including reaching out to more than 100,000 households to provide conservation information. Riverside residents have reduced water consumption by 8% since July 2014 and removed more than 1.8 million square-feet of turf, which is expected to save 75 million gallons of water over the next 10 years.

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Restrictions & Enforcement
Outdoor watering restrictions
Warnings / citations / fines
Outreach & Education
Drought-friendly landscape / gardening classes
Media campaigns (TV, radio, print, etc.)
Hotel / Restaurant outreach & signage
Community partnerships
Local events, festivals and / or fairs
Rebates & Incentives
Turf Replacement
High efficiency fixtures / appliance
Smart irrigation controllers, rain barrels, etc.
New Consumer Tools & Devices
Conservation website(s)
Customer usage tracking software / reporting
Efficiency audits
Free water saving devices
System / Operational Efficiencies
New drought management strategies or practices
Infrastructure improvements / projects
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