Water Smart Orange County

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The City of Westminster is building a water smart pocket park to demonstrate beautiful, California-friendly plants and water-efficient irrigation technologies. The plants found at the park, located in Coronet Park, require less water and are more resilient to drought conditions. There are hundreds of California-friendly and native plants that help beautify your home yard or garden while using less water. Additionally, FREE Landscape designs are available to help you upgrade your yard to the Water Smart Orange County lifestyle. You can save even more water and money with water conservation rebates inside and outside of your home.


Water Smart Gardens

MWDOC’s OC Water Smart Gardens webpage provides a surplus of helpful guides and fact sheets, as well as an interactive photo gallery of water-saving landscape ideas that allows you to add the California Friendly plants that inspire you to a shopping list. Visit the webpage today for a collection of resources to help you save time, money, and water!

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FREE Landscape Designs

The Municipal Water District of Orange County has collaborated with top landscape designers to create FREE landscape designs for your use. The designs provided include examples of landscapes that thrive in Southern California’s semi-arid climate.

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Water Conservation Rebates

Orange County residents are committed to saving water. From installing low-flow toilets and high efficiency clothes washers indoors, to transforming yards with climate appropriate plants and efficient irrigation devices outdoors, the Municipal Water District of Orange County (MWDOC) offers rebates for consumers to help save water. Orange County knows that every drop of water saved today is an investment towards a sustainable future.

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