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  • Water conservation is for life.

    Water conservation is for life.

  • When you turn the tap, we’re there.

    When you turn the tap, we’re there.

  • Protecting your water, today and tomorrow.

    Protecting your water, today and tomorrow.

Conservation tracker

Conservation tracker

Desert Water Agency customers have done a great job since state restrictions went into effect in mid-2015. We’re now asking customers to save 10-13%. Click to find out what else you can do to keep saving.
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Water should not be wasted. If you see water waste, please let us know by giving us a call, shooting us an email or using our web tool.
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Turf buy back grants

Turf buy back grants

DWA is still accepting applications for our turf buy back program. Click here to see if you’re eligible for funding.

Latest News

2017 milestone year for water replenishment

Together, Coachella Valley Water District and Desert Water Agency have replenished more than 330,000 acre-feet of imported water into the Coachella Valley groundwater basin so far this year. That is more imported water than has ever been replenished within a year and is more than will be used this year by all groundwater pumpers, marking a significant milestone in increasing groundwater levels in local aquifers.

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DWA fall tour: November 1

Desert Water Agency is hosting a tour on November 1 from 8:00 a.m. to noon. The tour will start at the agency's headquarters (1200 Gene Autry Trail in Palm Springs).

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Groundwater replenishment reaches milestone

As of this week, Coachella Valley Water District and Desert Water Agency have imported more than 200,000 acre-feet of water for the year to replenish groundwater in the Coachella Valley. The public water agencies expect to put more water into the aquifer this calendar year than will be used by valley residents and businesses. 

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