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Help for Homeowner Associations

The City’s Water Conservation Office can help answer many questions associated with landscape water consumption and maintenance. We offer non-biased, research-based information that could help streamline your budget and save your community money. Here's how our office can assist your homeowners association. 

Landscape Assistance Program
An on-site inspection of your community’s irrigation system may lead to the discovery of leaks, broken valves, blocked spray heads, and uneven sprinkler coverage.

HOA audits conducted save an average of 462,000 gallons in the first year post audit.

If weather based "Smart" controllers are installed the average annual water savings per controller is 682,000 gallons.
 
Landscape Water Evaluation
A Landscape Water Evaluation (Water Budget) will identify if water is being over or under applied based on the selection of plants and/or turf in your common areas. Many communities over water - some by a little but some by as much as 40 percent. Our water budget spreadsheets compute water usage based on the