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  • Water conservation is for life.

    Water conservation is for life.

  • Protecting your water, today and tomorrow.

    Protecting your water, today and tomorrow.

  • Water conservation is for life.
  • When you turn the tap, we’re there.
  • 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.
Report water waste

Report water waste

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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Grass to Desert Landscape Rebates

Grass to Desert Landscape Rebates

DWA is still accepting applications for our grass to desert landscape program. (Artificial turf is ok, too) Click here to see if you’re eligible for funding.

Latest News

Alert - no outdoor irrigation 48 hrs after rain

We have received a lot of rain lately. Please keep in mind the state requirement that sprinklers and irrigation remain off 48 hours after measurable rainfall. This will help you save water and minimize the water running into the gutters. If you want to save even more, you can wait to resume watering until your soil feels dry.

Palm Springs information in the National Weather Service Forecast Office

If you haven't already, consider installing Smart Controllers that shut irrigation off during rainy weather. Desert Water Agency offers rebates to make it easy and affordable.

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Be aware of plant theft

Unfortunately, there have been instances of plant pilfering in neighborhoods and homeowners’ associations. If you experience or witness a plant theft, please notify the police.

Certain landscaping, such as cactus, a popular and expensive native plant, can be appealing to a thief looking to turn around and sell it for profit. Newly planted landscaping is especially vulnerable since it is easier to remove. 

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Water from Sierra Nevada snow below average

The season’s first snow survey on Jan. 4 shows water content below average but still significantly better than last year.

Even though winter storms have coated California’s Sierra Nevada, the state is still experiencing a drier-than-normal start to the wet season with the snowpack at 67 percent of normal. Last year’s reading on Jan. 3 was at 29 percent.

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Check out the DWA video channel!

Check out the DWA video channel!

Check out the DWA video channel for loads of valuable information and videos on water waste and conservation, water quality, water recycling, Smart irrigation controllers, rebates and more.

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