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Water agencies invite customers to conservation fair on June 27
Under the current drought restrictions, Inland Empire water customers are being required to cut their water use by 24 to 36 percent or face fines of $500 a day or higher. To help customers reach their reductions, water agencies are hosting the Inland Empire’s first Water Conservation Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 27 at the Stauffer Complex at the University of Redlands.
A kidzone with bounce houses, drawing contests and food trucks will be set up so that children can play, allowing parents to attend workshops and meet with landscapers, representatives from turf replacement companies as well as sprinkler manufacturers, such as Toro and Rain Bird.
Representatives from 10 different water agencies will also be on hand to provide detailed information on rebate programs that will save water customers money on everything from water efficient toilets and appliances to low-flow sprinkler and shower heads and turf replacement programs.
Water agencies will provide free water bottles and other promotional items as well as drawings for major prizes, including weather sensitive irrigation timers.
Agencies participating in the event include the cities of Colton, Loma Linda, Redlands and San Bernardino as well as East Valley Water District, San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, West Valley Water District and Yucaipa Valley Water District.