Welcome business visitors.
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.
Water Conservation is a California Way of Life
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.
See and save! The Water Tracker will help you visualize your water use.
|Stage C Information
Find out all you need to know about the City's mandatory drought measures.
|Earth Day Tips
Make every day Earth Day with these earth-friendly sustainability tips!
|National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation, April 1-30
Beverly Hills and Mayor Gold are proud to be a part of the Wyland National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation, and encourage all of our water customers to take the pledge to use water efficiently in their daily lives. PLEDGE NOW and help the city win this challenge and you can win prizes!
|10th Annual Fix a Leak week
The City of Beverly Hills would like to encourage you to Participate in the 10th Annual Fix a Leak week, March 19 through 25, by checking around your house for water leaks.