Did you know that a small drip can waste up to 20 gallons of water per day? Unfortunately you may not always hear a leaky toilet. A leaking toilet can waste hundreds of gallons of water per day. If you think your toilet may have a leak, contact our office for dye leak detection strips.
The landscaping at Cross Valley Water District was designed and developed to not only conserve water but to promote healthy soils as well.
This conservation garden is part of an environmentally sensitive and responsible approach for detaining runoff. This is a re-circulating year round drainage system and pond located at the main entrance of our building. This stream receives the storm run-off water of the storm retention system. The water comes from the runoff of the rockery located at the west side of the building. From there it is filtered as it travels across the front of the building, underneath the entrance way and then settles in the re-circulating pond at the east side of the building.
The Cross Valley Water District Parking area was designed around this old Japanese Maple tree to preserve and enhance the beauty of this tree. The landscaping beneath the tree consists of drought tolerant plant material along with soil amendments to reduce water usage as well as improve water quality.