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

    When you turn the tap, we’re there.

  • 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

DWA to host rebate workshop

Desert Water Agency will host a rebate workshop on Wednesday, March 27th at 9 a.m. at its office (1200 S Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs).

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Desert Water Agency invites public to Butterfly Block Party

Desert Water Agency is hosting a free community event from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, outside our main office, 1200 S. Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs.

The 2nd annual event features fun activities for the entire family and encourages the community to visit its pollinator garden and wall art. In addition to people, the garden aims to attract: Monarch butterflies, Queen butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, bats and other pollinators.

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Snow Creek Village on water conservation notice

Snow Creek Village residents are being asked to conserve water through March 15 while crews work to repair facilities damaged in the area during the Feb. 14 storm.

Water quality has not been affected due to the damage. Tap water is safe to drink and use as normal for cooking and sanitary needs. But we ask residents to not use water for irrigation, washing down pavement and other nonessential uses.  

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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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