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Saving water every day is the Long Beach way. Click here to see what you can do to LiveH2OLB.

Certified Blue Restaurant Program

The Certified Blue Restaurant (CBR) program supports and recognizes the outstanding Long Beach restaurants that achieve exceptional water efficiency in our community. Interested restaurants can enroll below to receive a no-cost, on-site efficiency survey, free water efficient devices (if eligible), and an assessment for other possible rebates.

Lawn-to-Garden Incentive Program

The Lawn-to-Garden (L2G) program offers a financial incentive to help you successfully convert your thirsty and non-functional turf to a beautiful, water-wise landscape. Click the button below to learn more.

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Congratulations to Chief Construction Inspector, Angel, for receiving Mervyn’s Gold Star employee award! Angel has been with Long Beach Water Department since 2003. Today, he oversees the work of inspectors as they work with Water Department crews, contractors, and developers to assure the quality of all water and sewer work in Long Beach. Angel is known for being a quiet, honest, thoughtful leader and is respected for his knowledge and background by his staff, field operations, and contractors. ⠀

Congrats, Angel!

@chikifruitbionicos is a #certifiedbluerestaurant offering a variety of snacks from fruit salad 🍇🍌🍓, delicious Bionicos, power smoothies, and more! Order online for pickup or delivery! ⠀

#EatLBCertifiedBlue #FeatureFriday

When you have reliable water service, like that provided by LBWD, you don’t have to think twice about the infrastructure that brings water to your home or business, and then safely returns water to the environment – but we all should.⠀

For Imagine a Day Without Water, consider what your day would be like if you couldn’t turn on the tap and get clean drinking water, or if you flushed the toilet and wastewater didn’t go anywhere. What would that be like? #ValueWater

Every little bit makes a difference. By converting your parkway (the strip of grass between the street and sidewalk) to native plants, you can help save water, reduce runoff, and provide much-needed habitat for pollinators and birds. This fall is the perfect time to plant native plants. Learn more about how to participate in the @LBWater Native Parkway Program. Visit our website:
http://lbwater.org/parkway to learn how you can get your FREE plants and materials, as well as a downloadable planting guide.⠀


#FieldTripFriday - Want to learn more about your drinking 💧 sources? Take a virtual tour of the Colorado River Aqueduct! Link in bio! ⠀

In addition to local groundwater and Northern California’s Bay-Delta, do you know which river, pictured, provides drinking 💧 for Long Beach? #TIL ...


Water & Sewer System Design Guidelines