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Conservation tracker

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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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Grass to Desert Landscape Rebates

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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

Water Quality Report now available online

Lots of people are curious about water in the desert. Where does it come from? How is the quality? Is it safe to drink?

Our annual Water Quality Report, now available on our website, answers those questions and many others. It contains a variety of useful information including an FAQ section that answers common water quality questions and sample results from water delivered in 2018.

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New election division map available for review

A new division map for Desert Water Agency elections is now available for public review. There are four maps (A, B, C & D) that members of the public can review and provide feedback on.

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Sierra snow levels at 188%

The final snow survey of 2019 showed a healthy late-spring snowpack and that means ample water supplies across the state, according to the California Department of Water Resources.  

The survey taken May 1 at the Phillips Station in the Sierra Nevada mountains shows a snowpack of 188 percent of average thanks to the wet winter.

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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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