Effective June 1, 2022, outdoor landscape watering is restricted to one day per week. This is in response to an emergency drought directive from the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) to cities and districts that receive their water supply from the State Water Project. MWD is requiring that these water purveyors implement the one-day-per-week outdoor watering restriction to significantly reduce non-essential water use.
Customers who do not comply with the district’s water use restrictions are subject to penalties including a written warning, fines from $100 to $250 (per violation), or installation of a flow restricting device in the case of multiple violations. Triunfo’s water metering system is fully automated, and district staff have access to real-time usage data for all customer accounts. NOTE: Customers also have access to this data through Triunfo’s online Customer Portal.
The one-day-per-week watering mandate is in addition to Triunfo’s existing water use guidelines.
We understand the hardship this restriction places on customers, but significant water use reduction is absolutely essential if we want to prevent a complete ban on outdoor watering. MWD has indicated such a ban may be implemented later this year if we do not achieve sufficient conservation now.
Last Updated 08/10/2022 8:00 AM
As a drought response measure, the Las Virgenes-Triunfo Joint Powers Authority is making FREE recycled water available to qualified residential customers at its recycled water fill station in Calabasas. Click here for information.
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