Drought Is Here. Save Water.
The City of Cloverdale and Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership has launched a public outreach campaign to encourage water conservation. To support this message, we’ve adopted a regional tag line: "Drought Is Here. Save Water."
Water is a resource that our community shares, and it is critical that we all protect and conserve this valuable resource. Supervisor James Gore shares the importance of water conservation in our system. Click here to watch his important message on why we need to work together to conserve water.
These are a few of the water-wasting activities that are prohibited year-round in cities in Sonoma and Marin county:
- Washing sidewalks, walkways, driveways or other hard surfaced areas with a hose. Use a broom instead.
- Irrigation runoff to streets and storm drains from overwatering or sprinkler-overspray of landscapes.
- Using a hose without a self-closing shutoff nozzle to wash cars, boats, or trailers.
- Irrigating outdoors during and within 48 hours following measurable rainfall.
- Using potable water in decorative water features that do not recirculate the water.
Please visit Water Conservation | Cloverdale, CA - Official Website for information on the current water conservation status in Cloverdale. For additional water saving tips and resources, please visit the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership website.