What are some ways I can save water indoors?
Turn off the faucet when brushing your teeth or shaving (saves 10 gallons per person per day)

Fix leaky toilets (saves 30-50 gallons per toilet per day)

Take 5 minute showers instead of 10 minute showers (saves 12.5 gallons per shower with an efficient shower head)

Fill the bathtub halfway up or less (saves 12 gallons per bath)

Wash only full loads of laundry (saves 15-45 gallons per load)

Run the dishwasher only when full (saves 5-15 gallons per load)

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1. Why is there a drought?
2. What are the statewide water restrictions?
3. Are there additional local restrictions?
4. How long will restrictions last?
5. Will the new watering schedules kill my lawn?
6. Can I let my lawn go brown?
7. Should I continue to water other outdoor vegetation?
8. What else can I do to cut landscaping and gardening water use?
9. How much are the fines for watering on the wrong day or overwatering?
10. I see my neighbors wasting water and not watering on the right days. How do I report them?
11. What if I’m already conserving?
12. How likely am I to have a leak?
13. How can I conserve more and qualify for available rebates?
14. What are some ways I can save water outdoors?
15. What are some ways I can save water indoors?
16. Is City Hall doing its part?