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City of Los Angeles 3 Apr 18
Let’s continue to ! 💧
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American Integrated 27 Feb 18
Rain's on the way. Don't forget to turn off your sprinklers! Thanks to for the reminder...
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LUIS DMZ 14 Apr 18
/ On school/ Kingsley dr & Virginia
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Ally Tate 11 Nov 17
5 Easy Ways to Teach Kids to Save Water - Water Use It Wisely
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ZeroWaterWaste Mar 18
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Aura Vasquez Oct 23
Replying to @Auramvasquez
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G M W Jul 4
Replying to @LADWP
Newly installed water line is leaking up thru street at connection in street directly in front of 1035 N Sierra Bonita Ave West Hollywood 90046
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ZeroWaterWaste Feb 27
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Mayor Eric Garcetti 13 Oct 17
We’re expanding our turf rebate program up to $3,000 per customer to help . 💧Get more info & sign up→
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LADWP Jun 3
LADWP facilities continue to receive drought tolerant landscape makeovers. A project to retrofitt Distributing Station 18 was completed May 17. It will save 619,140 gallons per year, equal to the annual water savings for about six homes.
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Mayor'sFundLA 7 Nov 17
Let's conserve water and keep making L.A. more sustainable!
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The Drop 1 Dec 17
Give your watering hose and pocket a break.
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Amakuni 8 Apr 18
Questions for What is the origin of the water coming thru Glendora? and what is its final destination?
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LADWP Apr 24
DYK? At 102 gallons per day, has one of the lowest water use per capita levels of any major U.S. city. Water use today is about the same as it was in the 1970s, despite a population increase of over 1 million people. 💦
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Al Reitz Apr 29
24 hours for at least 6 days. irrigation or water line issue on hillside southbound Laurel Canyon bl before Gould. approx 1935 Laurel Cyn Bl 90046
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LADWP Nov 28
Replying to @Melia_Kreiling
Hi Melia, please send us a DM with the location of the leak. We can then forward the info to a team member to investigate. Thanks for working to ! *PA
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Cassy Aoyagi 29 Jun 18
This is a wonderful walk through of smart (weather-based) controllers. When paired with low-flow, subsurface, drip irrigation, these controllers have a powerful impact on water use, California native plant health, and runoff prevention.
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Jorge Madrid 2 May 18
during wet years, because the dry years are going to be brutal and more frequent
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Chris Adams 1 Mar 18
Hey L.A., the rain is coming. Turn off those sprinklers!!
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Cornwell Casting Apr 27
constant massive stream of water running all day... corner of Dellvale & Westfall in Encino Hills
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