Workshops explain new statewide landscape irrigation ordinance

Posted on | October 19, 2009 | 1 Comment

Use of lawn will be reduced indirectly in AB 1881 by a reduction in allowed evapotranspiration rates.

Use of lawn will be reduced indirectly in AB 1881 by a reduction in allowed evapotranspiration rates. Photo: Florian's photostream on Flickr.

CALIFORNIA’S new ordinance on water use in landscapes, AB 1881, became law in September. Counties and cities will be required to comply with it, or stricter local standards, by January 1, 2010. Starting tomorrow (Tuesday October 20th) in Los Angeles, Wednesday in San Diego and Thursday in Chino, workshops will be held around the state to explain what this involves. Click here for details and a state-wide schedule, along with information on how to register by e-mail. Admission is free.


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One Response to “Workshops explain new statewide landscape irrigation ordinance”

  1. Nick Vidovich
    November 22nd, 2009 @ 8:46 pm

    1. How can I get the copy of approved AB 1881?

    2. I was not able to attend a workshop. I would like to get the copy of workshop document?

    Nick@grasssmart.com
    cell : 16 335 3336

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