COVID-19 Update: Thursday, July 9, 2020

WHITTIER, Calif. – Governor Gavin Newsom and the County of Los Angeles recently mandated the closure of beaches, museums, and indoor restaurant service for a minimum of three weeks. (Read latest information here)

Water Conservation

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Eliminate Water Waste

The following practices are prohibited to eliminate water waste:

  • Hosing off sidewalks, driveways, and other hardscapes
  • Washing automobiles with hoses not equipped with a shut-off nozzle
  • Using non-recirculated water in a fountain or other decorative water feature
  • Watering lawns in a manner that causes runoff, or within 48 hours after measureable precipitation
  • Irrigating ornamental turf on public street medians

Recommended Lawn Watering Schedule

The Recommended Lawn Watering Schedule is Three Days a Week

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Reporting Water Waste

To anonymously report water waste, call the City of Whittier's Water Waste hotline at (562) 567-9530 or email

The California Drought

In April 2017, Governor Jerry Brown ended California's drought state of emergency in all California counties except Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Tuolumme. Though the state of emergency has ceased in most of California, state agencies have adopted an implementation plan to make conservation a way of life to better prepare for longer and more severe droughts caused by climate change.

Conservation Education

The City appreciates all that our residents have done to conserve water, and urges all residents to keep conserving and changing lifestyle habits, inside and outside the home, that lead to more conservation. Learn more about the water shortage and what you can do to save water by visiting:

Conservation Rebates

Customers can also take advantage of various rebate programs that encourage conservation including Smart Irrigation Systems, water efficient appliances, rain barrels, and more.

What is the City Doing Towards Conservation?

The City is doing its part to conserve water by turning off water irrigation systems to turf on street medians. Turfs in City parks are equipped with Smart Irrigation Systems. Some of our parks are also irrigated with recycled water. Parks not irrigated with recycled water will also curtail watering.

View the City's Conservation progress and selecting Whittier.

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