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Three Valleys Municipal Water District
Los Angeles / Orange Counties

As a treated water wholesaler, Three Valleys MWD works directly with its retail member agencies to promote numerous conservation program, including rebates, educational classes/tours and water audits.

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Restrictions & Enforcement
Drought ordinances/resolutions
Outreach & Education
Drought-friendly landscape / gardening classes
Media campaigns (TV, radio, print, etc.)
Community partnerships
Local events, festivals and / or fairs
Save Our Water materials
Rebates & Incentives
Turf Replacement
High efficiency fixtures / appliance
Smart irrigation controllers, rain barrels, etc.
Recycled water incentives
New Consumer Tools & Devices
Conservation website(s)
Efficiency audits
Free water saving devices
System / Operational Efficiencies
New drought management strategies or practices
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Tuolumne Utilities District
Mountain / Foothill

TUD hosts Community Drought forums with local agency partners including the County of Tuolumne Office of Emergency Services, the agricultural commissioner, and Environmental Health to explain the impact to for wells and Twain Harte Community Services District. TUD's Community Water Council also examines long-term water supply solutions for the district.

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Restrictions & Enforcement
Outdoor watering: 3 days/week
Warnings / citations / fines
Rationing / Allocation
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
Save Our Water materials
Rebates & Incentives
High efficiency fixtures / appliance
New Consumer Tools & Devices
Conservation website(s)
Customer usage tracking software / reporting
System / Operational Efficiencies
Leak detection or ditch inspections
Infrastructure improvements / projects
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Turlock Irrigation District
Central Valley

Turlock Irrigation District, which serves only irrigation water, invested $6 million in completing three, independently-funded water conservation projects expected to conserve up to 14,000 acre-feet of water in normal years. The district continues to educate customers on the drought and remains vigilant in operating its gravity delivery system to minimize losses and maximize operational efficiency. TID's 2015 irrigation season has experienced a 62% reduction in available water.

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Restrictions & Enforcement
Rationing / Allocation
Outreach & Education
Community partnerships
Local events, festivals and / or fairs
Save Our Water materials
New Consumer Tools & Devices
Conservation website(s)
Customer usage tracking software / reporting
Free water saving devices
System / Operational Efficiencies
Leak detection or ditch inspections
New drought management strategies or practices
Infrastructure improvements / projects
New equipment and / or software
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