Valley of the Moon Water District serving the Valley since 1962

WaterSmart Home Program 

FREE home water use evaluation and water saving recommendations. Call (707)996-1037 to schedule an appointment.


Water Conservation 

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It is the purpose of the VOMWD to cost-effectively improve the reliability of the district’s water supply by maximizing conservation efforts so that this precious resource may be available to consumers now and for generations to come.

Water is a limited natural resource throughout California. It's important to use it efficiently all the time, not just during dry periods. We also save money by using water efficiently because it reduces our demand for costly new water supply sources. In addition, we improve our water supply reliability during low-rainfall years.Irrigation Sprinkler

The district encourages our customers to install water-saving devices to achieve water efficiency without negatively affecting lifestyles. Ways to help save water at your home or business range from installation of water-efficient toilets, faucets and showerheads to automated irrigation systems and water-wise landscaping.

 

Saving Water Saves Energy!flex Flex Your Power's website is your resource for energy efficiency and conservation information. Find incentives / rebates, technical assistance, retailers, product guides, case studies and more.

 

Saving Energy Helps Reduce Global Warming and Boosts the Economy
A new University of California, Berkeley, report finds that innovation and efficiency improvements - driven by climate policy - save consumers money and provide a stimulus to the California economy.


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VOMWD is a member of the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership that represents 10 water utilities in Sonoma and Marin counties who have joined together to provide a regional approach to water use efficiency. The utilities are the Cities of Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Petaluma, Sonoma, Cotati; North Marin, Valley of the Moon and Marin Municipal Water Districts, Town of Windsor and Sonoma County Water Agency.  Click here to view the Partnerships website.

 Here’s the link: http://www.savingwaterpartnership.org/