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Water use efficiency is a way of life

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.

We’re Social

🥡Ordering delivery or takeout is a great way to safely support our local businesses during these trying times. Next time you place an order, consider one of these #CertifiedBlueRestaurants!

@ranceschicagopizza - Take out available. Order thru the online portal and receive 15% off all orders with promo code deepdish - valid through march 31st

@ecocoffeehouse - Take out available from 7am-5pm
@baja_sonora - Take out, curbside service, and delivery available through Door Dash and Postmates

@doghausdogs - Take out and delivery available through Dog Haus

@taboon_mediterranean - Take out and delivery available through website and all delivery apps
@sushizenmaru - Take out and delivery available through website and all delivery apps

#EatLBCertifiedBlue #COVID19 #water #conservation
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With the recent rainy weather - and more showers on the way - you can give your irrigation system a rest. Turn off the sprinklers and just let nature do its thing. 🌧️ #LiveH2OLB #waterwise #rain ...

As people become more conscious of cleanliness, the use of baby wipes, paper towels, and disinfecting wipes has increased. ⠀ ⠀
Please do your part in preventing negative impacts on the sewer system: put wipes (including those labelled “flushable”) and paper towels in the trash 🗑️, not the toilet 🚽. ⠀ ⠀
Together, we can ensure our community continues receiving uninterrupted water and sewer services.💙
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As people become more conscious of cleanliness, the use of baby wipes, paper towels, and disinfecting wipes has increased. Please do your part in preventing negative impacts on the sewer system: put wipes (including those labelled “flushable”) and other paper products in the trash 🗑️, not the toilet 🚽. Together, we can ensure our community continues receiving uninterrupted water and sewer services.💙 ...

🌼Happy First Day of Spring, Long Beach! ⠀

Looking for fun things to do while social distancing? Visit lblawntogarden.com to learn how to transform your garden and get some help paying for it too! Link in bio ☝🌻⠀

#LiveH2OLB
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Stay healthy and hydrated knowing that the coronavirus (COVID-19) has NO impact on the quality or supply of your tap water. Long Beach’s water undergoes a multi-stage treatment process and rigorous testing to ensure it meets strict federal and state standards. ...

Starting Monday, Long Beach Water will close our Administration Building (1800 E Wardlow Road) to the public through the end of March, or until further notice. This modification is aligned with the closure of all other major City facilities to slow community spread of COVID-19.⠀

All services requiring in-person visits or service counter assistance will be suspended and made available via phone, online or email only. Visit lbwater.org to learn how to access development/engineering services, water conservation programs and ways to pay your water/sewer bill. ⠀

The Board of Water Commissioners meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 26 has been rescheduled to Thursday, April 2. ⠀

As a reminder, this respiratory disease outbreak has no impact on the quality or supply of Long Beach’s tap water. The closure of the Administration Building will not disrupt water or sewer service to our customers.
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In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, health officials are calling for increased handwashing and disinfection, and therefore, you may be using slightly more water as a result of this guidance. There are still many ways you can easily save water during this time. ⠀
For more ways to save water visit the LiveH2OLB link in bio.⠀
For updates and information regarding COVID-19 visit the COVID-19 link in bio.
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