News Flash

CVWD Hot Topics

Posted on: May 7, 2019

Residents Inspired to Save Water

Sam Dominick Shares Water Savvy Expertise with Garden Tour Attendees

The Cucamonga Valley Water District (CVWD/District) hosted its Water Savvy Garden Tour on Saturday, April 27, to educate residents about the value and beauty of water savvy landscapes. Participants joined the self-guided tour to learn how they can make changes in their yards to be more water efficient. Over one hundred participants walked away with the knowledge and motivation to transform their water guzzling grass into an attractive, water-saving landscape.

Participants began at CVWD where they were given maps and materials and saw the water district’s demonstration landscapes. They visited over 10 examples of low-water using landscapes throughout the community, including residential landscapes that were previously selected as winners for CVWD’s Landscape Contest.

"The gardens visited were a pleasure to tour and the homeowners were very hospitable and willing to answer questions,” commented a tour participant. “We are excited about moving forward with transforming our yard. Thank you for a wonderful experience.”

Participants visited with featured landscape owners and Master Gardener volunteers to learn straight from the source what plants and design elements work well in our warm climate. By viewing multiple variations of attractive, water saving landscapes, participants are inspired to make improvements in their own landscapes, resulting in water savings while beautifying the community.

“CVWD would like to thank the featured landscape owners and the Master Gardener volunteers for being our ambassadors and educating the community about landscapes that thrive in our region,” stated CVWD Vice President Luis Cetina. “It is always important to be water efficient, especially outdoors, and the tour provided our pro-active residents the tools they need to do that.”

CVWD offers many landscape programs to assist customers in saving water, including an upcoming landscape workshop on May 30, educational resources, rebate availability and more. For information about water wise programs and opportunities, please visit or call (909) 987-2591.




Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in CVWD Hot Topics


CVWD is Going Monthly!

Posted on: January 31, 2019

Emergency Planning a CVWD Priority

Posted on: November 8, 2018
2017 Cool Planet Recipients.jpg

Energy Efficiency Efforts Recognized

Posted on: November 2, 2017

School Lead Testing Update

Posted on: June 9, 2017