For Water Awareness Month, PWP Announces Water News and Events

Water rushing down a stream with a tree branch breaking up the flow.

Throughout the month of May, Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) is promoting water awareness through educational events, facility tours and the reaffirmation of the summer outdoor watering schedule. PWP urges the public to continue water wise practices to help soften the severity of future droughts.

Water Awareness Month is a statewide annual outreach campaign to spread the word about the value of conserving one of our most precious natural resource, water. This month, PWP reminds customers that the city is now on the summer watering schedule as outlined by the Level 2 Water Supply Shortage Plan. Even-numbered addresses can water on Mondays and Thursdays, while odd-numbered addresses can water on Tuesdays and Fridays. Our trees are also a precious natural resource; direct hand-watering is the ideal way to keep up tree care and maintenance.

In support of Water Awareness Month, PWP will be holding “Water Cooler Talks,” a weekly Tuesday evening webinar, on water conservation topics ranging from turf rebates to soil regeneration. On May 20, PWP will also host a tour of the Monk Hill Water Facility. For more information on these events, including details on how to RSVP, click here.