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  • 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.
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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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Grass Removal Rebates

Grass Removal Rebates

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New & updated rebates launch today

Desert Water Agency launched new and easier rebates today to help customers save water and money.

These incentives are designed to cover a portion of the cost to install water efficient devices inside and outside the home.  

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DWA hosts rebate workshop for new & easier programs

Desert Water Agency will launch new and easier rebate programs in September to help customers save water and money.

These rebates for homes and businesses are designed to cover a portion of the cost to install various devices that help conserve water and decrease monthly water bills. 

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DWA approves map for election by division

The Desert Water Agency Board of Directors voted unanimously on Tuesday to adopt a map which breaks the service boundaries into five divisions and kick-starts the transition from at-large to division elections.

The approved Map F – one of six proposed maps –   will be used starting in the November 2020 election. Until then, all board members will serve at-large representing the entire service area which includes Palm Springs and portions of Cathedral City, Desert Hot Springs and unincorporated Riverside County.

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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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