July 2020
Together, Let's Save

Water and electricity use increases in the hot summer months, so it’s important we all work together to conserve. Small changes like these simple water and energy conservation tips can make a big difference in saving water, energy and money. We also offer generous rebates on window air conditioners and free shower head and faucet aerators to help you stay cool and save. Let's do this, together!
Student Art Contest Promotes Conservation

It's never too early to learn about conservation! Through our partnership with the Los Angeles Times , s tudents from schools all over Los Angeles participate in the Times in Education program to learn about water, energy, and the environment. The program includes an annual Student Art Poster Contest to bring awareness to water and energy conservation. Congratulations to this year's winners , including Jungmin Oh whose entry (right) took 1st Place in the 6th Grade category.
2019 Drinking Water Quality Report
Now Available

Access to safe and affordable drinking water is important to all of us as a city and community. That's why we work hard to bring you reliable, quality drinking water straight to your tap.

And remember, despite the pandemic, L.A.'s tap water remains 100% safe and there's no need to buy bottled water.

Check out our 2019 Drinking Water Quality Report to learn more about the safety and value delivered at your tap.
Flexible Pay Plans Available

Have you or someone you know been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic? We're
here to help.

We offer ideas on how to save on your water and power costs as well as flexible payment plans .
Man and woman reviewing bills at computer
Essential Work Continues: Power Reliability

Our crews work to upgrade and relocate a transformer bank at 7th St. and Gaffey St. in San Pedro to meet the area's power needs. Putting safety first, we're getting the job done so we can #PowerOnTogether.
Partnering with Neighborhood Councils
 We're the only department in the City of Los Angeles with a formal  Memorandum of Understanding with Neighborhood Councils committing to regular and ongoing communication about our programs and policies. The DWP-NC MOU Oversight and Advocacy Committees meet every first Saturday of the month at 8:45 a.m. I n order to keep the public and our employees safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic, meetings will be broadcast via webcast . Join us!

Join the
meeting
Saturday,
August 1, 2020
8:45 a.m.
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