The City of Modesto is dedicated to a sustainable and innovative approach to managing water resources through water conservation. Modesto has been able to reduce water usage by 25% to lessen the demand on the high-priority Modesto Subbasin, in accordance with State regulations from 2015.
This has been accomplished by establishing a watering schedule, offering homeowners numerous rebates for installing more efficient appliances and systems and expanding public outreach.
|View the Watering Schedule|
View information about the watering schedules, which helps to cut down on the demand of daily water use and overall water usage.
|Check Available Water Rebates|
The City has a number of rebates available to water customers who replace less efficient water systems, fixtures, or appliances with high-efficiency models.
|Water Conservation Tips and Resources|
Looking for more ways to conserve water? We have plenty of tips and resources to help you find ways to reduce the amount of water used each month.
|Download the Water-Wise Gardening Guide PDF|
Download Modesto's water-wise gardening guide for your go-to for all your plant questions, including watering best practices and water-wise plants.
|View Your Water Consumption History|
Curious about how much water your household or business consumes each month? See your water consumption history for the past 20 months on your online account manager.
|Schedule a Water-Wise Consultation|
Are you water-wise? Schedule a free consultation for one of our water-use specialists to provide information on your current water use and tips on how to conserve.
|Report Water Waste|
To help eliminate water waste, you may report any water running off the sidewalk at a home or business. We will put a water conservation specialist in contact with the owner.
Groundwater sustainability is an important part of water management. The Modesto and Turlock Subbasins are in good hands.
|FAQs on Water Conservation|
Find answers to your most frequently asked questions about conserving water in Modesto.
Utilities staff show you how to check your water meter and what a water-wise consultation looks like.