- Adjust watering to the weather with the weekly Watering % Adjust
- Get a Free Water Checkup for your home or business
- How much should I water my plants? Use the Landscape Watering Calculator
- The High Cost of High Pressure - learn how to adjust the pressure in your irrigation system for optimal efficiency.
- Have an irrigation meter? Find out more about our Budget Based Rates and use the CA Landscape Water Budget Program to stay on track.
- How to Program Your Sprinkler Timer
- Landscape Watering Calculator
- Template Fillable Irrigation Schedule
- Watering % Adjust
- CIMIS- CA Irrigation Management Info System
- Irrigation Association Calculators
- Irrigation Self-Evaluation Form
- How to Read Your Water Meter
- How to Check Your Sprinklers for Overspray & Other Issues
- How to Check Your Sprinklers for Leaks & Inefficiencies
- How to Check Your Drip System for Leaks
- How to Use the Watering % Adjust on Your Timer
- How to Repair PVC Breaks
- How to Repair Drip Tubing Breaks
- Graywater Systems
- Rainwater Harvesting
- Sprinkler to Rotating Nozzle Retrofit Guide
- Sprinkler to Rotating Nozzle Retrofit Guide (Spanish)
- Sprinkler to Drip Retrofit Guide
- Sprinkler to Drip Retrofit Guide (Spanish)
Smart Irrigation Controllers
Smart irrigation controllers (also called weather-based irrigation controllers) can be programmed to give your plants the right amount of water for the type of plant, soil type, time of year, and weather. Smart timers can save users the time and effort needed to change a traditional timer's schedule to account for seasons and changes in weather. Many smart timers are also mobile compatible, allowing users to change settings and view watering information on their smartphone. Correctly programming the timer from the start is essential to achieve water savings and plant health - a smart timer is only as smart as the person who programs it!
Rotating Sprinkler Nozzles
Rotating nozzles for pop up spray heads apply water much more slowly and uniformly than conventional spray nozzles, allowing the water to soak into the ground instead of running off.
These nozzles shoot multi-trajectory, rotating streams of water and on average use 20% less water than conventional spray heads. In addition to reducing water use, the water jetting from these nozzles is more resistant to wind, less likely to mist, and significantly reduces run-off on to streets and sidewalk.