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Funding for the Monterey Bay Friendly Rebates has been depleted. Congrats to the properties that helped retain stormwater on their property though this grant program. Cistern rebates remain available through the standard Cal-AM - MPWMD Rebate Program. See Rebates tab for more info.




Appliance Recycling, PDF  

Rebate Program
As of Jan 1, 2014, some Commercial Rebates have ended. The Residential Rebate Program remains in effect. See the Rebates page for current incentives.

Stage 1 Water Conservation is in Effect
The Peninsula is now operating under Stage 1 of the Expanded Conservation Plan. Learn More »

Rainfall Status &
Regulatory Compliance Status
Rainfall during Dec. 2014 totaled 8.46 inches, which is 148% of the long-term average. Learn More »

Revised Water Waste Definition, click here

Check for hidden leaks
Think you may have a hidden leak? Read the house water meter before and after a two-hour period when no water is being used. If the meter does not read exactly the same, there is a leak. Call a plumber as soon as possible to fix it.

Find other water-saving tips at

Profile Super-Saver
~ Monterey Bay Area Green Business Program
~ Precision Nails
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January 31, 10am: Rainwater Harvesting Demo Install with tour to follow at Carmel Valley Community Youth Center

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April 18, 2015
- Greywater: From Laundry to   Landscape, 10am-12pm

- Rainwater Harvesting, 1pm-3pm 

April 25, 2015
 - Rainwater Harvesting Demo Installation, Location TBD, 9am - 12pm

Materials from the Greywater Laundry to Landscape Class, PDF

In-School Education                     Water Awareness Month               Learn More »

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