Cal Water news release

4.º mes consecutivo de ahorro de agua

NoticiasPor cuarto mes consecutivo, los clientes de Cal Water redujeron su uso del agua, con la mitad de los distritos de la compañía de servicios públicos superando el 15% de reducción en agosto. En toda la compañía, Cal Water redujo el uso del agua en un 12.3% el mes pasado en comparación con agosto de 2020.

All of Cal Water's districts achieved savings this August, showing that customers continued to heed the State's call for conservation and curtail their outdoor watering through the summer. The 12 Cal Water districts that surpassed 15% in water use reductions are:

  • Antelope Valley, ahorro de 46.1%
  • Bear Gulch, ahorro de 19.7%
  • Dixon, ahorro de 22.1%
  • Livermore, ahorro de 15.2%
  • Los Altos, ahorro de 26.1%
  • Marysville, ahorro de 20.5%
  • Mid-Peninsula, saving 15.5%
  • Oroville, ahorro de 17.2%
  • Palos Verdes, ahorro de 15.8%
  • Selma, ahorro de 20.4%
  • Westlake, ahorro de 32.3%
  • Willows, ahorro de 27.2%

Cal Water is now offering free lawn signs to its customers who wish to show off their conservation efforts and their "golden" lawns. The signs can be obtained by emailing [e-mail protegido]. Cal Water also encourages customers to take advantage of rebates and free programs to reduce outdoor water use, even as summer winds down.

"We are encouraged by our customers' continued conservation progress in August, as it is a reflection of how seriously they are taking the worsening drought and how we can collectively make a difference," said Martin A. Kropelnicki, President and CEO. "I would like to remind our customers that we are here to support them, so that together, we can achieve even greater savings through the final heat of summer and early fall."

Building on conservation, Cal Water is in the midst of a month-long campaign to highlight the challenges of climate change and how the utility is proactively addressing them. Those interested can follow along on the company's social channels at @calwater.

In July, the utility reduced water use by 12.4% compared to July 2020, exceeding the state's savings of 10.4%. State Water Board data, released earlier this month, showed Cal Water districts among the top water savers in the state. Of the more than 420 water systems in California, the State recognized 108 systems that reduced water use by at least 15% in July, with 10 Cal Water districts on that list.

Previously, Cal Water customers throughout the state reduced their water use in May by 6.5% and in June by 11.6%.

Conservation savings for all Cal Water districts is available at Customers can get more information about conservation rebates and programs, drought resources, and water restrictions at