The idea behind Murrieta water saving tips is about more than money. It's about protecting our ecosystems and minimizing the possibility of a frustrating California drought.


Here is a list of services you can initiate to reduce water use. If you use them on a steady program, you're going to see a more efficient bill and do your part to promote better community. Make sure to get the entire family involved and regularly check how these Murrieta water saving tips impact your year-to-year water usage.


  • Before washing, scrape dishes rather than rinsing them.
  • Don't overseed lawns in the winter.
  • To stop running water until it gets hot, install an instant water heater near the kitchen sink.
  • Decrease outdoor water use during Murrieta rainy seasons.
  • Weeds fight for light, water and nutrients. Weed them out regularly.
  • During the winter, water only every five days and, in the summer, every three days.
  • Fertilizers consume water that could be going to plants. Check instructions and use only the recommended amount.
  • Using a nozzle on your hose can save up to 100 gallons of water every time you use it.
  • Save water and retain nutrients. Cook food is as little water as manageable.
  • When cleaning out fish tanks, save the water for non-edible plants. The same applies to water from the pet dish.
  • Sweep the sidewalk, driveway and patio, instead of hosing them down.
  • Set water softeners to minimum refills. It will save not only on water, but on chemicals and energy.
  • Inform Murrieta water providers if you see broken pipes, sprinklers or leaky hydrants.
  • When you replace the refrigerator, get an air-cooled appliance.
  • Put empty barrels, buckets and cans out during rainfall. That water can be applied when you irrigate.
  • Go with water and energy efficient appliances with features like cycle and load size adjustments.
  • Throw unused ice cubes into plant pots, on the lawn or in the bushes.
  • Don't run water when washing dishes, hair, showering or brushing teeth. Use water to rinse only.
  • Wash foods in a pan or bowl of water as opposed to running the tap.
  • Defrost food overnight in the refrigerator instead of running water on them.
  • Put a one gallon bucket under the shower. If it fills the bucket in under 20 seconds, get a water efficient model.


From promptly fixing leaks to using the right pan to cook, utilizing Murrieta water saving tips will make you a more conscientious resident.