Conservation

Use Water Wisely
There is Never Enough to Waste.

Goleta Water District has invested in a diverse water supply portfolio to meet customer needs, but there is never enough water to waste in this semi-arid climate.

Conservation During Drought

Goleta Water District customers have demonstrated a long standing commitment to water conservation.  However, the severe drought conditions statewide are impacting local water supplies and will require the community to go above and beyond current conservation efforts to extend supplies into the future if drought conditions persist.

On September 9, 2014 the Goleta Water District Board of Directors declared a Stage II Water Shortage Emergency, setting a 25% community-wide reduction in water usage through mandatory water use restrictions.  You can learn more about these mandatory restrictions by clicking here.  

Using water wisely outdoors and indoors will help to stretch our water supplies even further.  Using water wisely does not require going without.  Rather, it means using water more efficiently so that you get the same benefits with less water.  We are here to help!

To assist customers in saving water, incentives and rebate programs will be available in coordination with the Stage II Water Shortage Emergency. For more information, click on the program/s listed below:

Smart Landscape Rebate Program

Water Saving Devices Distribution Program

Water Saving Incentive Program for Large Customers

For more information on ways you can save water:


RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

AGRICULTURAL
Conservation Checkups
WATER CHECKUPS

LANDSCAPE DATABASE

LANDSCAPE

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Additional Resources:
  • For regional water conservation information, go to www.WaterWiseSB.org.
  • For more information on the statewide drought and ways to conserve, visit Save Our Water.
  • To read more about District water supply planning, click here.
  • Contact us by email at conservation at goletawater.com or call the District at 805-964-6761.

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