!--Heatmap Code-->
CityOfPomonawithGoddess
Slide backgroundSlide thumbnail
Slide backgroundSlide thumbnail
Slide backgroundSlide thumbnail
Slide backgroundSlide thumbnail
Slide backgroundSlide thumbnail
Slide backgroundSlide thumbnail
Slide backgroundSlide thumbnail
Slide backgroundSlide thumbnail
Slide backgroundSlide thumbnail
Water Conservation


 Water Conservation Requirements

Year round water use restrictions remain in place. Pomona’s City Council adopted Ordinance 4122 establishing year round water use efficiency best management practices. Residents are required to practice the following common sense measures to use water as efficiently as possible:


Best Practices:

  • Set automatic irrigation timers to water before 10 a.m. or after 6 p.m., limited to no more than 15 minutes watering per day per station
  • Exceptions: Hand-watering, drip irrigation, "smart" (e.g., weather-based) irrigation controllers
  • Adjust watering and fix broken heads to avoid excessive runoff from irrigation
  • Turn off irrigation during rain
  • Repair leaks within seven (7) days of discovery
  • Use a hose with a shut-off nozzle to wash vehicles, or use automatic commercial wash
  • No hosing down of paved surfaces, except when required for health or safety purposes
  • Restaurants serve water only upon request
  • Hotels offer guests the option to not launder linen daily

 

indrconsrv faucet

 

Basically, we're asking our customers to watch their daily water usage, and find ways to cut back.

If we apply simple, common sense water-saving measures to our daily lives, we'll ensure a plentiful water supply this year and for years to come.

 

 Remember: The water we save today may be the water we need tomorrow!

Reporting Water Wasters:

To report water wasters in the City of Pomona, please call the Water Watcher 24-Hour Reporting Line at (909) 620-2244. Please report what violation took place, when, where, and what time it took place, and any additional information that may be helpful. Your contact information is helpful but not required.

 

Rebates and Incentives:

Be WaterWise

Metropolian Water District of Southern California

 

Scroll Up