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

Gas bills are higher than ever and we're all feeling the pain. Did you know you might qualify for a discounted rate? The City of Long Beach offers several utility bill payment assistance programs, including options for low-income seniors and customers with disabilities. Learn more and check eligibility requirements at the link in our bio. ...

If you ever experience a sewer emergency or overflow, call our dispatch line at (562) 570-2390 so we can resolve it immediately. We have a dedicated crew on stand-by 24/7 to address emergencies. ...

Long Beach Utilities provides water, sewer and gas service to residents and businesses in Long Beach, and gas service to the city of Signal Hill.

We have a new name and a new logo, and we’re beginning a rebranding campaign that will roll out in the coming months, including updates to service trucks, employee uniforms and informational materials.

A new website will soon launch at, combining water and sewer information currently at with natural gas content currently at In the interim, customers can continue to find information on the two existing websites.

For water and sewer information, customers can continue to call (562) 570-2300, or (562) 570-2390 for an emergency. For natural gas inquiries, call (562) 570-2000, or (562) 570-2140 for an emergency.

Good news!

The February cost of natural gas for Long Beach Utilities customers decreased by 66 percent from January, bringing some relief to residents and businesses experiencing record-high gas bills this winter.

The natural gas wholesale market price for February is $1.2805, down from the January cost of $3.8101. The Cost of Gas line on customer bills reflects a direct pass-through of the cost the utility pays — Long Beach Utilities does not earn any profit on the gas commodity we provide.

Read more at the link in bio.

Long Beach Utilities is proud to celebrate Black History Month, which honors the history and achievements of Black Americans from throughout U.S. history. ...

There’s no time like the beginning of the year to make sure you have a water supply prepared for emergencies. A household should store 1 gallon per person/pet per day for at least 3 days.

For more water emergency preparedness tips, click the link in the bio.

Whenever a broken water pipe is being repaired or a blocked sewer is being cleaned, you see our field crews using their equipment to fix the issue as fast as possible. Behind the scenes, we also have a dedicated team to ensure our equipment is in tip-top shape and ready to go when needed. Meet Justin - he’s one of Long Beach Utilities’ hardworking Equipment Mechanics. Justin and his fellow mechanics ensure that our field crews always have the safest and most reliable equipment while serving the City. ...

Saving water doesn’t have to be stressful! Small acts can help you win big in the long run. Here’s our latest hack.

Sometimes your pups 🐶 or cats 🐱 don’t drink all of their water. Use the excess to water your plants.

Water & Sewer System Design Guidelines