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Residents may save $150 on their next washer

Alhambra residents will be eligible for a $150 rebate the next time they buy a washer. This comes as part of the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District’s conservation efforts. The program offers $150 rebates for residents who purchase water-efficient appliances, which include washers and irrigation controller systems. Businesses can also receive rebates on waterless urinals. 
The program is funded through a $230,000 grant from the California Department of Water Resources. The Water District serves approximately 200,000 residents who live in Alhambra, Azusa, Monterey Park, and Sierra Madre.
As California continues to battle a historic drought, Alhambra has taken measures to curb its water usage. Residents are now allowed to water their lawns only two days a week, and must choose between Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday. Watering is also prohibited between 8am and 6pm. 
What are you doing to conserve water? Take our poll and let us know!

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  1. Im doing my part to conserve water, but I think many large businesses/developers are NOT trying to conserve water and I eel they get special treatment by politicians to continue wasting water.Also as I take my dog on early morning walks, I see many residents and public parks wasting water through their irrigation sysyems that “water the cement” and I see water going down the street into the drains.Alhambra parks waste buckets of water because their sprinklers are brokenand nobody seems to care.