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In Corona, more than 60% of water is used outdoors for irrigating landscape. With a few landscape changes, you have the opportunity to significantly cut your outdoor water consumption.

Here are some resources to help you on the way to a more water-efficient landscape:

Water-Saving Plant Palettes

DWP staff developed four water-saving plant palettes using information from Metropolitan Water District's Garden Spot site. Check out our plant palettes to find the right water-saving plants for your home.


Sample Garden Plans

We've put together some sample garden plans complete with plant lists. Now you can see how simple it can be to transform your landscape from water-thirsty to water-thrifty. 
See the sample garden plans...

Purveyors of Plants Meet Drought Demands (and suggest you do the same) Watch this short, but informative video on how plant growers are saving water by growing more drought-resistant varieties. Watch now on YouTube...


Drip Irrigation Guide

Considering installing drip irrigation? Please read our Drip Irrigation 101 Guide for more information.


Irrigation Supply Discounts
The City of Corona Department of Water and Power has teamed up with local businesses to provide water-efficient sprinkler nozzles and smart irrigation controllers at discounted rates of between 10% to 50% off. Click here for a list of our landscape partners.



Yard trimmings and food residuals together constitute 24% of the United States' municipal solid waste stream. This is a lot of waste to send to landfills when it could become useful and environmentally beneficial compost instead!

Composting offers the obvious benefits of resource efficiency and creating a useful product from organic waste that would have gone to the landfill. 

The Riverside County Waste Management Department holds composting workshops and sells composting bins to all residents of Riverside County. For more information, please call (951) 486-3200. 

For additional information and helpful tips on composting, please visit the following websites:
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Riverside County Waste Management Department


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