Concerned about rising water bills and looking for more ways to use water wisely? Wondering if the District offers rebates for water wise landscape conversions and water efficient devices? The District offers a limited number of free residential, landscape, and commercial water use surveys. In addition, rebates may be available for your home or business to help you use water more efficiently. Visit the specific subpages to the right for further details on our programs.
Water Conservation Garden
The District is a founding member of the 5 acre Water Conservation Garden and encourages all of its customers to visit the Garden to see the variety and beauty of water wise gardens. The Garden is free to the public and is open year round. For directions to the Garden or for more information, click here.
WaterSmart Landscape Makeover Classes
To help homeowners save water, a free series of landscape and water conservation classes are available at Southwestern College starting on March 29th and at the Water Conservation Garden at Cuyamaca College starting on May 10th. The WaterSmart Makeover class requires a commitment of attending four indepth Saturday sessions. For additional class information or to apply, call 619/289-8890 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Otay Water District has been an EPA WaterSense partner since 2008. WaterSense is a partnership program sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Its mission is to protect the future of our nation's water supply by promoting and enhancing the market for water-efficient products and services. Saving water is easy—many products are already available for use, and it doesn't require changing the way most of us live or do business. WaterSense labelled products are generally 20% more water efficient than similar products in the marketplace. Click on the links below for more information on WaterSense and WaterSense labelled products:
* EPA WaterSense New Home Program:
* Test Your WaterSense (interactive online quiz):
*Find a WaterSense Labeled Product or Irrigation Partner:
How to Contact Water Conservation: