Water is an important resource with limited supply. In fact, the amount of water available today is the same supply available when dinosaurs roamed the earth. The City of Stockton is committed to conserving that water and works year-round to increase water conservation and raise awareness about programs and services within the City’s water service area.
Effective August 8, 2017, the Stockton City Council approved new water regulations and restrictions to comply with State-mandated requirements.
Written authorization from MUD is required to drain or refill a pool.
Save up to 25% of the water used at your home or business by downloading the Water Use Home Survey Kit and conduct a do-it-yourself water-use survey. Submit your survey results to the City and receive a free water-saving kit.
Outdoor water use accounts for the majority of water use for the average residential household and may also be applicable to businesses.
Landscape Water Saving Tips provide customers with easy tips that can result in big water savings. Learn more by visiting Stockton Water-Wise Gardening in External Links below.
The City, partnered with Stockton Area Water Suppliers to provide in-class, after-school, and assembly programs to promote water conservation. The City also provides tours of its new water treatment plant.
Turf and Toilet Rebates - Statewide rebate program
Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce REACON Team - Evaluate water use, recycling, energy, air
Save Our Water - State program to help Californians reduce everyday water use
Stockton Water-Wise Gardening - Water-saving plants and watering tips
WaterSense (Partnership program by U.S. EPA) - Learn about water-saving devices and more
This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 6/27/2018