Tag: California Drought

Get Growing This Fall!

Here’s a message from the City’s water conservation division: The hot days of summer are over, but the soil is still warm. Shorter, cooler days means plants require less water, and soon winter’s rains will do the watering for you. … Continue reading »

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April Drought Spotlight Honorees

Lynn and Steve decided in 2015 to transform their front and back yards on Tobago St. to beautiful water wise landscaping. Lynn is an avid plant and gardening fan and is a Master Gardener. Steve enjoys gardening and loves to grow vegetables. … Continue reading »

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Reclaimed Water Helps City Trees Stay Green

The City of West Sacramento has reached an agreement to use reclaimed water from the California Department of General Services cooling plant to irrigate more than two thousand City trees. The water is being trucked daily from the plant at 625 Q … Continue reading »

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Water Savings Mount; How You Can Help

The City of West Sacramento reduced water use by 40% in June compared to the same time period in 2013. This is a great start, but we need to keep up the good work as the days get hotter and … Continue reading »

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City of West Sacramento Water Savings Reach 38%

Congratulations to residents and businesses in the City of West Sacramento for using 38% less water in May compared to the same time period in 2013!   The State Water Board has mandated a 28% water reduction for the City to mitigate the … Continue reading »

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Stage 3 Water Conservation Plan, City Takes Action

Stage 3 water conservation restrictions begin today in West Sacramento to help the City cut water use by 28% as mandated by the State Water Board. “The drought cannot be taken lightly,” said City Manager Martin Tuttle, who issued the … Continue reading »

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