The City encourages and appreciates its residents and businesses to continue to use water efficiently. A variety of water conservation programs are in place, as well as a 2-day watering schedule and other outdoor water use restrictions. The City is committed to working closely with residents and businesses to help them reach their goals.

The City of Beverly Hills, as a water supplier, evaluated its water supply conditions using the State Water Resources Control Board's prescribed 'stress test'. The stress test consists of a water supply and demand analysis over the next three years. As part of the analysis, the City incorporated information from Metropolitan Water District as well as its own local water supply. The City's 'stress test' results is attributed to ongoing conservation efforts of the Beverly Hills community to use water wisely. Click Here to see the City's stress test analysis.

We can save water together while preserving the quality of life that makes Beverly Hills a special place. Please browse through the City's website for more information. For questions related to water conservation, please call (310) 285-2467 or email


If you're a home owner, you have a lot of control over the amount of water you use - and how much you can save. You can have the biggest impact by making changes outdoors. Here are some simple ways for you to save.

The easiest way to save water is to make changes outdoors. Replacing grass with drough tolerant landscaping will make a significant difference in how much water is used at your home. Replacing sprinklers with drip irrigation is another important step to take, along with installing a rain barrel or rain garden to collect water whenever it rains.


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Beverly Hills Businesses Can Save Water and Save Money.

If you own or operate a business in Beverly Hills, you may be eligible to receive rebates for upgrading to water efficient toilets, urinals and appliances. Another way to save water is to make changes outdoors. Replacing grass with drought tolerant plants will make a big difference in how much water the garden needs. Other important steps include replacing sprinklers with drip irrigation and installing a rain barrel or rain garden to collect runoff from storms.


Multi-family apartments and condominiums can have a significant impact on our water-savings goals. Here's how you can help.

Even though residents of Multi-Family homes do not have individual water meters for tracking use, there are a number of ways to help save water, such as installing high efficiency toilets and clothes washers, and making sure that only full loads of laundry and full loads of dishes are washed.