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2015 Year To Date (1/1/15 - 4/30/15)
High Efficiency Toilet Rebates Issued

38

High Efficiency Clothes Washer Rebates Issued
100
Rain Barrel Rebate Issued
18
Lawn Be Gone [Square Ft. grass removed]
15,092
Conservation Kits and Fixture Giveaways
152
Outreach & Education Events
19
Drought Assistance Requests Fulfilled
250
Water Audits Performed
5
Social Media Posts
3

 

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Mayor and City Council Ask Redwood City Residents to Help Combat the Drought During Earth Month for a Chance to Win a Prius and other Eco-Friendly Prizes

Redwood City, Calif. - With California facing a historic drought and other states facing drought conditions, Redwood City Mayor Gee and the City Council are joining other elected bodies across the country to ask residents to pledge to conserve water. In return, residents can win a new Toyota Prius Plug-In, water saving fixtures, and hundreds of other eco-sensitive prizes.

To participate, residents can enter the National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation online at mywaterpledge.com, and then make a series of online pledges to conserve water on behalf of Redwood City. The site provides several tips on how water usage can be reduced by 10 percent or even 20 percent. Even fixing leaky faucets and shopping with reusable bags will save hundreds of thousands of gallons.

The Challenge runs throughout April in observance of Earth Month.

"We're proud of our dedication to water conservation in Redwood City," said Mayor Gee. "We save almost 200 million gallons of water each year, and in last year's Mayor's Challenge we ranked among the nation's top ten for our population range. I urge residents, businesses, and employers and their employees to participate in this year's challenge and continue their crucial conservation efforts to help us through this unusual and extreme drought."

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