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EMERGENCY DROUGHT RESPONSE

Since California received some of the rain expected in 2015, Governor Brown has altered the Executive Order and reduced the conservation regulations previously established. The new regulations allowed agencies to provide information on water needs to the State Water Resources Control Board and establish a percentage reduction according to those figures. Based on the new regulations, The City of Glendora is required to reduce water consumption by 20%. The City of Glendora must comply with the regulations and State Law or will be subject to fines of up to $10,000 per day.

WATER USE EFFICIENCY AUDIT

Water Efficiency Audits are designed to provide residents and business owners with conservation tips and techniques for interior and exterior water use. The audit is performed by conservation staff free of charge and normally takes 30 to 45 minutes to complete.

SCHEDULE A WATER USE EFFICIENCY AUDIT

  • Contact the Water Division at (626) 852-4838
  • The City of Glendora conservation staff carries identification and will present it upon request. 
  • Please take precaution and do not invite non-licensed contractors or possible scam artists onto your property.

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WATER WASTE REPORTING

The public can report excess water runoff or outdoor irrigation, service or main water leaks, by phone between 8am - 5pm or online 24/7.  After hours, leaks may be reported to the City of Glendora Police Department.

  • (626) 852-4838 | 8am - 5pm Reporting
  • (626) 914-8246 | Service and Main Water Leak Reporting
  • (626) 914-8250 | After Hours Reporting (Glendora Police Department)
  • Online Reporting
CARING FOR TREES
LANDSCAPING TIPS
WATER SAVING TIPS
WATER CONSERVATION PROJECTS
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION MEASURES