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Conservation Programs

Conservation Programs

Fullerton Drought Response Plan

Beginning June 2015

  • No watering on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Addresses that end in 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 can water on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Addresses that end in 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 can water on Thursdays and Sundays
  • Prohibit watering on all days between the hours of 8:00 am and 6:00 pm    
  • Prohibit draining and filling of swimming pools, spas or decorative fountains during the peak evaporation months of June, July, August, and September. Refilling is permitted during non- peak evaporation periods, shall only be allowed if an approved evaporation cover is present.


Current Restrictions

Current Conservation Level

  • Prohibit water runoff from landscaped areas into adjoining streets, sidewalks or other paved areas due to incorrectly directed or incorrectly maintained sprinklers or excessive watering.
  • Prohibit using a hose to wash down paved surfaces such as sidewalks, driveways and parking areas

The statewide drought is getting worse and water storage levels are dropping. To encourage Fullerton residents to save water and meet the new State regulations additional Water Restrictions are likely after the June 2nd, 2015 City Council meeting. Continue to check back for updates.

Water Waster Hotline

If you notice that a neighbor is overwatering or has a water leak call the Water Waster hotline, at 714-738-6744 or email WaterConservation@cityoffullerton.com.

Conservation Phases

The Fullerton Drought Response Plan has entered into Phase III conservation and additional measures.

Learn about the phases of conservation.

Water Conservation:

  • Water Leak Detection
  • Conservation Tips
  • Water Supply Shortage Conservation Plan
  • California Friendly Landscape Training (CFLT)
  • Conservation Notice - Door Hanger
  • Water Waster Hotline & email

  • Rebate Programs

  • SoCal Water $mart - Available Rebates
  • Turf Removal Program

  • More Info

  • BeWaterWise
  • Irrigation Schedule
  • Online Gardening Class
  • "How to" Water Conservation Videos 
  • H2Ouse
  • California Urban Water Conservation
  • EPA WaterSense
  • Groundwater Replenishment System
  • Metropolitan Water District (MWD)
  • Orange County Water District (OCWD)