FMWD & LCF Chamber Introduce the LCF Saves Water Challenge

Foothill Municipal Water District (FMWD or District) and the LCF Chamber of Commerce have partnered to issue a water-saving challenge as well as provide information on new water-saving rebates to the community.

LCF Chamber members who enroll in the challenge will be eligible for special prizes and recognition for reaching a sustained cutback in water use over the course of a year. FMWD is also calling on Chamber members to help promote the importance of conservation for the City of La Cañada Flintridge.

“We continue to deal with long-term challenges with our water supplies due to the frequency of droughts,” said General Manager Nina Jazmadarian. “This challenge seeks to reinforce the importance of water conservation and highlight new rebate opportunities that are available.”

One new rebate titled the Landscape Transformation Program succeeds the wildly popular Turf Removal Program. Participants will receive $1 per square foot of turf removed and must include front yards as part of the transformation.

Another new offering is the availability of home or business water surveys. These surveys are offered for free and provide recommendations on plumbing, leaks and other improvements to save water.

“We plan to boost water awareness with this partnership,” said LCF Chamber CEO Pat Anderson. “Through these rebate programs and other support from our local water providers, we encourage our chamber members to be LCF Water Savers.”

For more information on the LCF Saves Water Challenge or rebates that are available, contact FMWD at (818) 790-4036 or email conserve@fmwd.com.