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CA is in Drought red

Do your part, be water smart:

  • Two (2) day per week watering due to Extreme Drought:
    • Monday and Friday -             North of Santa Monica Blvd
    • Tuesday and Saturday -        South of Santa Monica Blvd
  • No watering (sprinklers or hose) after 9 am or before 6 pm
  • Appx 8 minutes for overhead sprinklers and 15-20 for drip irrigation
  • Supplemental watering for trees allowed
  • Violations will be issued for non-compliance
  • 30% citywide water reduction goal
  • Find and fix leaks immediately
  • See “Residents” or “Businesses” pages below for more tips and information.                                         

Water Leaks are mostly caused by running toilets. One toilet can run up to 200 gallons an hour. Other common continuous water flow issues are auto fills in pools or fountains, irrigation system issues and/or broken pipes.  Many leaks are not visible and can waste up to 5,000 gallons a day!  

               

       We\'re In Drought Orange

If you have a continuous water flow issue at your property, please check out the City's Leak Flyer for more information.To see if you have a leak or are over watering your landscape - sign up for the City's free Water Tracker program.  

Water Audits- The City would like to help you use water more efficiently. For more details or a free water audit, please contact the City’s Water Conservation Administrator, Debby Dunn at 310-285-2492 or ddunn@beverlyhills.org.  


Residents

Businesses

Learn

City of Beverly Hills Emergency Drought Conservation FAQ\'s
  • City of Beverly Hills Shield
  • City of Beverly Hills
  • 455 North Rexford Dr
    Beverly Hills, CA 90210
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  • (310) 285-1000
  • Monday-Thursday 7:30AM-5:30PM
  • Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM

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