Sonoma Water works closely with the Sonoma County Economic Development Board (EDB) and County of Sonoma, General Services, to provide information and programs on water use efficiency to businesses in our service area. Conserving water can help increase profits by reducing overhead costs. Contact the EDB at (707) 565-7170 or General Services at (707) 565-6455 for more information.
Do you have wet, soggy grass in some areas and dry dead grass in others? High water bills? Your property needs a FREE Large Landscape Water Use Survey. Find out how efficient your landscape is to see where all the water, and money, is going. A survey will provide a full report and analysis of your landscape irrigation system and water usage so you can make informed decisions on how to manage your property. Contact the Sonoma County Green Business Program at (707) 565-6455.
Get a no-cost water use evaluation with a comprehensive report and recommendations to increase your bottom line. Sonoma Water partners with your local water provider and the Green Business Program to provide comprehensive water use evaluations for all types of businesses from offices to manufacturing. Visit the Green Business website or call (707) 565-6455.
Get recognized as a Green Business through the Sonoma County Green Business Program. The Sonoma Green Business Program is a free service that distinguishes businesses that protect, preserve and sustain our environment. Our partnership of government agencies and utilities helps local businesses comply with all environmental regulations and take actions to conserve resources, prevent pollution, and support their bottom line. In Sonoma County, visit the Green Business website or call (707) 565-6455. In Marin County, call (415) 499-3292.
Does your landscaper know how to keep your landscape looking great while saving you water and money? Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper (QWEL) training is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency WaterSense approved training program for landscapers. It provides an educational foundation based on principals of proper plant selection for the local climate, irrigation system design and maintenance, and irrigation system programming and operation. To learn more about QWEL and to find a QWEL trained landscaper, visit the QWEL website.
Contact your water provider for more information about water conservation programs in your area!
City of Santa Rosa
Town of Windsor
City of Cotati
City of Sonoma
City of Healdsburg
City of Petaluma
North Marin Water District
California American Water - Larkfield
In addition to the conservation incentives offered by your local water provider, you may be eligible for rebates and programs offered by your participating sanitation district.
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