LADWP continues to offer a wide array of rebates and incentive programs that encourage water use efficiency and sustainable landscaping for residents and businesses, including rebates for appliances and irrigation equipment
Save on your water bill by transforming your lawn with the Turf Replacement Program, LADWP’s most popular water conservation program. Residential and Commercial customers can receive support and rebates for sustainable landscaping improvements.
LADWP's Los Angeles Outdoor Landscape Academy (LAOLA) offers a variety of workshops to help Angelenos replace turf with California Friendly® landscape and improve irrigation efficiency. LADWP is committed to advancing sustainable landscape transformations through educational courses for customers and landscape industry professionals.
Over the last 19 years, the LADWP has played a significant role in governance and policy making at the California Water Efficiency Partnership (CALWEP, formerly known as California Urban Water Conservation Council). LADWP staff participate in CALWEP as elected officers on the Board of Directors and as members of programmatic committees.
LADWP conducted a study to assess the potential for additional water savings through various conservation efforts. The results of this study will help guide future programs towards achieving the City’s water conservation goals. Below is a copy of the Executive Report for that study which describes the methodology used and the findings.
The project examined the efficiency of the water distribution system. It fulfills the requirements of Best Management Practice (BMP) 1.2 in the California Urban Water Conservation Council (CUWCC) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
LADWP formed a Water Loss Task Force comprising over 100 LADWP staff with diverse technical expertise to develop strategies to reduce water losses and increase efficiencies in the water distribution system.