Did you know that over half of residential water use goes to irrigation?
Also, did you know that most residents over-irrigate?
The links below will help you get your landscape in shape - and save water!
For information about rebates for switching out inefficient high-water using landscape with low-water using landscape or rebates for irrigation equipment upgrades, go to the Santa Clara Valley Water District's Landscape Rebate Program.
Irrigation Info - California's Save Our Water webpage
The Save Our Water webpage has important drought-specific water conservation information about how to help your...
Water Wise Outdoor Irrigation Survey - FREE!
The Santa Clara Valley Water District is offering a FREE Water Wise Outdoor Irrigation Survey. During irrigation survey offered to single family and small multi-family sites (under ½ acre) in Santa Clara County, a trained irrigation professional will complete a comprehensive evaluation of your irrigation system. During the survey, the technician will:
- Evaluate the efficiency of your irrigation system, noting and flagging problems
- Provide you with a personalized irrigation schedule, if appropriate
- Make recommendations for repairs, replacements, and upgrades
- Send you a detailed written report after the survey is complete
- Pre-inspect the site for the Landscape Rebate Program, if applicable
The site must have at least one valve operated irrigation zone in order to sign up. Homes that only use a hose or portable sprinkler to irrigate the landscape will not be eligible.
To schedule an inspection, please call the District's water conservation hotline at (408) 630-2554 or click here.
Learn how to keep your landscape healthy by irrigating with your clothes washer’s graywater: rebate available! It’s safe, cost-effective, and no permits are required for laundry to landscape graywater systems. Click here for how-to videos and additional resources. To confirm eligibility for the $200-$400 rebate, apply before installing your system to confirm eligibility for the $200-$400 rebate