Water Conservation Programs

City of Grover Beach




 On Monday, May 9, 2022, the Grover Beach City Council adopted Resolution 22-14 declaring a Stage 2 Water Shortage condition.  This action assigns a monthly baseline amount of water (water budget) for all residential customers, requires a 10% reduction of water consumption based on the established baseline and issues mandatory citywide prohibitions on water wasting.

As indicated in the recently mailed Stage 2 Informational Flyer and Frequently Asked Questions, your household’s baseline water use, or “water budget”, is established using your water consumption from May 2020 to April 2021.  Every residential water customer is required to reduce their “water budget” by 10%.


If the circumstances within your household have changed since the baseline year, your “water budget” may be modified.  Circumstances could include: your home being vacant during a portion of the baseline year; substantial changes in the number of persons residing in your residence has occurred; or you have special circumstances affecting your water use.  If any of these situations pertain to your household, please complete and return the Water Budget Increase Request form, via email, to publicworks@groverbeach.org.  


If you have any additional questions regarding the Stage 2 Declaration, please contact the Public Works Administrative office at 805-473-4530. 

Water Conservation Programs

The City of Grover Beach continues to encourage our citizens to be good stewards of all of our natural resources.  The conservation tips provided in the links below, as well as the available City-sponsored programs will assist you and your family in reaching the required water conservation goals.

For More Water Conservation Tips

Available City-sponsored Programs

The following programs are available through the City of Grover Beach to help you conserve water: Rebate Programs

Report Broken Sprinklers

Please help us to conserve water by identifying any broken sprinklers within the City.  Including City parks, landscaped medians, including overflowing or ponding water in streets from City irrigation systems, and even on private property.  Simply email our office at publicworks@groverbeach.org.  Every time you let us know about broken sprinklers or irrigation issues, you help save water from being wasted. If we all work together to conserve water, we can make a big difference in preserving this valuable natural resource. 

Contact Us

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact the Public Works Department at (805) 473-4530.