Volume 07 | September 2018
Love Your River City
Love-Your-River-City - City of Sacramento

"We forget that the water cycle and the life cycle are one." - Jacques Cousteau Arguably, water is cheap. In Sacramento, on average, tap water costs $1.33 for 750 gallons-or mere fractions of a penny per gallon.

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The latest City of Sacramento Department of Utilities Your Partner report is now available! This issue is focused on water efficiency, water facilities and water conservation efforts
Dear Sacramento DOU Customer,

In this issue we’re talking about water efficiency, which is the topic of recent State legislation and the way of life Governor Brown encourages Californians to follow. The Department of Utilities manages a complex system that is essential to our City’s public health, economic development and quality of life. This issue focuses on water efficiency, water facilities and water conservation efforts. The Department works hard to use water efficiently and encourages all City residents to do the same. That’s our accountability to you. Your Utilities.

Your Partner
Bill Busath,
Utilities Director 
City of Sacramento is hosting its third Tree Care Workshop on October 6th!

Fall is the perfect time to plant a tree.
Learn how to select and site a water-wise tree, and then how to plant, water, and care for it during the establishment period.

Attendees will receive free gardening gloves and trowels

Limited space available!
At South Natomas Community Center
Ask Angie's List: How should I prepare my lawn for fall? ...

September is an excellent time to address your lawn and prepare it for the colder months to come. If your lawn is properly winterized, it has a better chance at surviving the colder temperatures, and it will be more likely to flourish when spring ...

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Check out the SacBee Article on 'How to prepare your lawn for Fall?"
City offers rebates to help you save water. Check out the rebates for smart controllers.
Water Conservation | City of Sacramento | (916) 808-5605 | waterconservation@cityofsacramento.org | www.sacwaterwise.com