November 2020
$500 available to eligible customers. Find out if you qualify now.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our daily lives, our top concern remains making sure you have the essential services you need to get through this crisis. If you’re facing a financial hardship and need help paying your bill, we can help. We offer extended payment plans and discount programs.

In addition, under the recently introduced LADWP CARES Utility Grant Program, low-income customers experiencing income loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic may qualify for a one-time $500 grant to help pay their utility bills. Applications are being accepted through November 15, 2020. Funding is limited so hurry to find out if you or a loved one qualify!
Meet Your New LADWP Commissioner

Congratulations to Commissioner Mia Lehrer on her appointment to the Los Angeles Board of Water & Power Commissioners. Lehrer's appointment makes City and Department history as it marks the first time LADWP is led by an all-female board, including: Board President Cynthia McClain-Hill, Board Vice-President Susana Reyes, Commissioner Jill Banks Barad, and Commissioner Nicole Neeman Brady.

Welcome to the team, Commissioner Lehrer!
Commissioner Mia Lehrer
GO GREEN with Maricela

L.A.-based teacher Maricela and her family are embracing sustainability by driving an EV and electrifying their home. Learn about her journey in this GO GREEN episode brought to you by LADWP and The Solutions Project. 

You can also plug in and save! Learn more about our EV rebate programs and charger installations.
Woman driving vehicle.
Calling Local Non-Profits: Emissions Reduction Project Funding Now Available

As we transition to a clean energy future, environmental justice is a priority. We’re offering $10 million in grants to nonprofits for emission reduction projects in L.A.’s Valley and Harbor communities, which are disproportionately burdened by pollution sources such as refineries and truck traffic. Deadline to apply is December 9, 2020.
Essential Work Continues

A spreading grounds is a great way to conserve water by harnessing storm water runoff for future use. When the improvements at our 150-acre Tujunga Spreading Grounds in the Northeast Valley are complete, they will increase valuable storm water to our local water supply and offer recreational opportunities to the community.
Open outdoor space with walking paths, greenery and parking.
LADWP employee wearing mask, hard hat and safety vest at construction site.
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. In order to keep the public and our employees safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic, meetings will be broadcast via webcast. Join us!

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