CCWD's Conservation Program Provides Long-Term Water Savings

The goal of CCWD’s Water Conservation Program is to reduce long-term water demand. CCWD’s conservation program has been helping District residents and businesses  since 1989 and aims to provide conservation services that assist customers while improving the efficiency of their water use, without sacrificing quality. 

By obtaining sustainable water savings as cost effectively as possible, the District extends its existing water supply. 

We offer a variety of programs, rebates, and will even come to your home to show you how to save water. We'll help you replace your lawn with a beautiful water-saving garden.  

Have any questions? Call us at (925) 688-8320 or  send us an e-mail. 

  1. Earn a Rebate of Up to $150 When You Purchase An Efficient Washer

    The High-Efficiency Washing Machine Rebate Program provides a combined rebate of up to $150 from the Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) and PG&E for District customers who purchase qualified high-efficiency clothes washers. Read on...
  2. Free Water Conservation Devices From CCWD

    Stop by our office, and you can pick up some free water-saving devices like a shower head, hose nozzle, aerators or dye tablets for your toilets. Read on...
  3. Mulch Coupons Save Water And Money

    Use our mulch coupons to save water and money. A three-inch layer of mulch will reduce your watering, and even cut down on your weeding. Print our coupons, take them to a local retailer, and you'll save money. Read on...
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  1. Fri, July 3

    CCWD Offices Will Be Closed on July 3 for the Independence Day Holiday CCWD Offices will be closed for Independence Day. If you have a water-related emergency, please call (925) 688-8374
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  2. Sat, July 11

    Irrigation Efficiency Seth Wright will give a talk on Irrigation Efficiency. He is a Landscape Contractor specializing in Irrigation Efficiency and has been in the landscape industry for 20 years.
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  3. Thu, July 23

    Water Conservation 101 The Contra Costa Water District will make a presentation on California's historic drought and provide information on how homeowners can conserve water and survive the drought.
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