Demand management, or water conservation, is frequently the lowest-cost resource available to the Water Authority and its member agencies. Water conservation is a critical part of the Water Authority’s long-term strategy for meeting water supply needs of the San Diego region. The goals of the Water Authority’s water conservation program are to: (1) reduce demand for more expensive, imported water;
(2) demonstrate continued commitment to the Best Management Practices and Agricultural Efficient Water Management Practices; and
(3) ensure a reliable future water supply.
Click below to learn more about conservation programs and/or incentives available to you at your residence, business, or public agency.
Funding for programs is limited and available on a first-come, first served basis. For some programs, a rebate reservation must be obtained before purchasing an eligible water conservation device. Please see the program description in each section for more information.
If your community group or organization would like to learn more about the 20-Gallon Challenge, water supply reliability, or other critical water issues affecting the San Diego region, visit our Speakers' Bureau web page or contact Teresa Penunuri, Community Relations Representative at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a speaker. The Speakers' Bureau is a free service to the community.