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Following California’s driest three-year sequence on record for precipitation, the State Water Resources Control Board adopted emergency regulations to reduce water demand and improve water conservation. The result of the regulations requires the City of La Palma to implement its Water Shortage Contingency Plan Stage 2. At the July 5, 2022, City Council Meeting, the Council approved the Stage 2 Water Alert in La Palma.
For example, using the last number in the address number, “7821” Walker Street would use the number 1 (odd number), and can water anytime from Wednesday after 6 PM until Thursday 9 AM and again on Sunday after 6 PM until Monday 9 AM for up to 15 minutes per station, per day. In addition:
Saving Water Outdoors
Saving Water Indoors
La Palma resident can do their part to help save water by implementing these easy to follow, -no cost- steps to achieving water savings:
Use your water meter to manage your water use and identify possible leaks.