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New Drought Regulations in Effect for Beverly Hills

For Immediate Release - June 17, 2022
Contact: Debby Dunn, Water Conservation Administrator
(310) 285-2492 ddunn@beverlyhills.org

New Drought Regulations in Effect for Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills, CA – In support of the State Drought Emergency, the Beverly Hills City Council this week adopted additional water conservation measures that are now in effect.

Residents and businesses are required to maintain a 2-day a week watering schedule, with no watering (sprinklers or hose) between 9 am and 6 pm and no water run-off.  For locations north of Santa Monica Boulevard, the watering days are Monday and Friday.  For locations south of Santa Monica Boulevard, the watering days are Tuesday and Saturday.  Supplemental watering for trees is permitted.

“Beverly Hills has always responded to the call to conserve,” said Director of Public Works Shana Epstein.  “As we take these proactive steps to achieve a 30% reduction in citywide water use, we thank the members of our community for once again doing their part.”

Real-time monitoring of water use is available by signing up for the City’s Water Tracking program at water.beverlyhills.org

For more information including penalties for non-compliance, visit www.bhsaves.org, email askpw@beverlyhills.org, or call 310-285-2467.

 

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