Water is a precious resource. Water availability is an important issue that impacts us all. We have been extremely fortunate this year with above average rainfall amounts.
However, it is important to note that despite recent rainfall, water conservation is still a priority for California due to low reserves, increased population and an aging water infrastructure. Water conservation and making responsible ecological choices such as replacing high water use plants with low water use, Grasscycling, and creating more sustainable landscapes, will not only conserve water but will help protect our environment and change our future.
Marizco Landscape is committed to water conservation and we hold the following credentials:
- QWEL certified - Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper
- California Landscape Water Manager certified (CLCA)
- Bay Friendly Qualified Landscaper
- EPA Water Sense partner
- Certified Landscape Technician
- Sustainable Landscape Professional
- Certified Water Conservation Manager
With profound conservation efforts, water districts imposed tiered billing rates. These tiered rates will likely not be withdrawn, however water districts are expected to lift water restrictions. Additionally, water cost continues to rise, and in some areas proposed hikes upwards of 25%.
Check with your local water district. Find a link to your city's water district by using the links provided at the bottom of this page. You can get the latest information regarding California's water conservation and find out answers to these vital questions.
- Will your water rates increase in 2011?
- Will water conservation be Voluntary or Mandatory?
- Will irrigation watering be restricted to certain days of the week?
- Stay up to date with water conservation goals for your District or City
- Rebate information and programs
- Conservation tips