Environmental Programs

The City of Los Angeles is dedicated to ensuring that we harness our natural resources efficiently and effectively, while providing a clean, healthy, and safe City for present and future generations of Angelenos.

Review the many events, guides, classes and rebates the City of Los Angeles has to offer below. 

Rebate Programs

Rebates on Water-Saving Devices
Rebates on Water-Saving Devices

LADWP offers a variety of rebates and programs  to assist customers in using energy and water more efficiently while saving money.

https://www.ladwp.com/
Turf Replacement Program
Turf Replacement Program

Take advantage of LADWP’s most popular water conservation program. “Cash in” your lawn and create a sustainable landscape that includes California Friendly® plants, including native species, appropriate for the Los Angeles climate.

https://www.ladwp.com/
Sewer Repair Financial Assistance Program
Sewer Repair Financial Assistance Program

Sewer laterals are the essential link between the City-owned municipal sewers and wastewater exiting private property. LASAN is offering two rebate programs for property owners with sewer laterals. 

https://www.lacitysan.org/

Free Resources

City Plants - Free Trees for Your Home or Neighborhood!
City Plants - Free Trees for Your Home or Neighborhood!

City Plants is a public-private partnership between the City of Los Angeles, local non-profit organizations, community groups, residents, and businesses. Their goals are to plant and give away 15,000 trees each year!

https://www.cityplants.org/
Free Water Conservation Equipment from LADWP
Free Water Conservation Equipment from LADWP

If you own or rent a home within the LADWP’s service area, you can receive showerheads and aerators for free! 

https://www.ladwp.com/

City Programs

The Sustainable City pLAn
The Sustainable City pLAn

On April 8, 2015, Mayor Eric Garcetti released L.A.’s first-ever Sustainable City pLAn.This pLAn sets the course for a cleaner environment and a stronger economy, with a commitment to equity as its foundation. The pLAn is made up of short term (by 2017) and longer term (by 2025 and 2035) targets in 14 categories that will advance our environment, economy and equity.

https://plan.lamayor.org/
One Water LA 2040
One Water LA 2040

The City of Los Angeles is developing the One Water LA 2040 Plan. The Plan is a roadmap, connecting plans, ideas, and people to arrive at better and fiscally-responsible water planning solutions. Collaboration is the foundation of the One Water LA planning process. The Plan identifies projects, programs and policies that will yield sustainable, long-term water supplies for Los Angeles and will provide greater resiliency to drought conditions and climate change.

https://www.lacitysan.org/
LA Department of Water and Power Water Conservation Projects
LA Department of Water and Power Water Conservation Projects

LADWP takes a tremendous amount of pride in its water conservation accomplishments, and continues to lead the way in implementing water demand-reduction programs. As the City of Los Angeles’ primary agent for implementation of such programs on behalf of LADWP's customers, the LADWP stepped up to the challenge, investing over $100 million in conservation measures over the last decade. Los Angeles will maintain its commitment well into the new century with investments in water-saving measures and services.

https://www.ladwp.com/
LA Sanitation Special Projects
LA Sanitation Special Projects

LA Sanitation (LASAN) stands at the forefront of innovation and technology, continually developing new and cutting-edge special projects to protect the public health and environment in the City of Los Angeles. From adopting state-of-the-art renewable energy projects at LASAN water reclamation plants to using smart technology to ensure all Los Angeles streets are Clean Streets, LASAN is committed to identifying, developing and using new and emerging technologies in order to make Los Angeles a more sustainable and livable City.

https://www.lacitysan.org/

Classes and Events

LA Sanitation Education and Sustainability
LA Sanitation Education and Sustainability

With over four million customers, LA Sanitation (LASAN) has a very big job to do, and it can't be done alone.  We recognize the need to educate residents, businesses and youth about our services, sustainable practices, and environmental stewardship. Because of this, we invest a great deal of time and resources into sharing knowledge across the City to ensure a cleaner, safer city for years to come. 

https://www.lacitysan.org/
DWP’s Landscape Training Classes
DWP’s Landscape Training Classes

LADWP provides free introductory California Friendly Landscape Training (CFLT) classes for customers. These three-hour Saturday classes provide a cursory overview of the benefits of a California Friendly landscape.

https://www.ladwp.com/