Santa Cruz City Water Conservation
|General Agency Information|
|Name:||Santa Cruz City Water Conservation|
|Address:||212 Locust St, Suite B|
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
|Description:||Counter Hours: Monday-Thursday and every other Friday from 8:00am-5:00pm.
In 2000, the city adopted a Water Conservation Plan, the goal of which is to reduce water demand system-wide by 282 million gallons per year in 2010. Through plumbing fixture and appliance rebate programs, technical assistance, regulations
and other strategies, residential and commercial customers have saved over 250 million gallons of water per year so far. The City is also a member of the California Urban Water Conservation Council
and is active in promoting water conservation statewide.
In 2013 the Water Conservation Office is working with Maddaus Water Management to develop a new Water Conservation Master Plan. The plan will address the next generation of water conservation activities and serve as a roadmap to help our community achieve maximum, practical water use efficiency.
ELIGIBILITY: Residents of Santa Cruz Water Department service area. Information available to everyone.
AREAS SERVED: Serves Santa Cruz north city limits to 41st Avenue, including 41st Avenue.
|Programs:||City of Santa Cruz Rain Barrel Program
Conserve water and protect water quality by collecting and reusing rainwater.
To purchase your rain barrel, please come to the Water Conservation Office located in downtown Santa Cruz Monday-Thursday 8am to 12pm; 1pm to 5pm
212 Locust Street, Santa Cruz. Special price $50.00 SOLD OUT FOR 2012
|Languages other than English:||None|
|Accommodations for Disabled:||Parking & Wheelchair Access|
|Public Transportation:||Available Within Four Blocks|
|Eligibility:||See Description Notes|
|Areas Served:||See Description Notes|
|Physical Location:||Santa Cruz|
|Funding Source:||City Government|
|Parent Agency:||Santa Cruz City Water Department|
Information and Referral
Water Conservation Enforcement
|This record last modified June 6, 2013|