Across the Eastern Sierra region, we keep the majority of our land open to the public for visitors and residents to enjoy hiking on endless trails, catching fish year-round, and even rock climbing vertical walls in the Owens Gorge. Please continue to recreate safely and responsibly this fall as landscapes may have changed slightly and some areas might be closed due to damage from Tropical Storm Hilary. Always check updates and know before you go!
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IN THE COMMUNITY & UPCOMING EVENTS
Adam Perez and Elsa Jimenez (center) gather with Bishop City Council Member Jose Garcia and others during the Hispanic Heritage event. Photo courtesy of Inyo Register
Hispanic Heritage Celebration with the City of Bishop
On October 7 LADWP joined the City of Bishop and other local agencies to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Los Angeles Aqueduct Manager Adam Perez and LADWP Property Manager Elsa Jimenez enjoyed the gathering and spoke to several members of the community about their experiences as local Hispanic leaders.
Inyo/LA Standing Committee Meeting - November 9th
The next meeting is scheduled in Independence on Thursday, November 9 at 10 AM.
Thinking of a career in power? Consider taking this self-paced online course that introduces basic electrical concepts including charge, voltage, current, energy, and power. The class is free and open to anyone interested in pursuing a career in various electrical trades. Taking the course will also help participants meet the minimum requirements to apply for several positions at LADWP.
When it comes to energy efficiency, no effort is too small. New habits can lead to lifelong energy savings.
Energy Awareness Month comes but once a year, but energy efficiency can be practiced year-round! Are you ready to start saving some energy in your home? Check out some resources and rebates below.
Free Program Helps Gauge Energy Use
LADWP's Energy Advisor Tool helps you assess your home energy use. Answer a few questions and you will receive a comprehensive report on how to reduce energy consumption and save on your bill. The tool provides a home energy use calculator, bill analysis, energy forecasting, and savings tips.
As we close out the year and enter into the holiday season, please remember to turn off your holiday lights before going to bed or leaving your home. VisitLADWP.comfor more energy-saving tips.
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