Installing a Water Wise Landscape Just Got a Little Easier
We all know that removing your turf can be expensive and time-consuming, but did you know that many of the costs associated with replacing your grass turf with water-wise landscape can now be financed through the Home Energy Renovation Opportunity (HERO) Program? This includes the costs for turf removal, soil treatment, hardscape materials, drip irrigation materials, mulch, and installation. Living plant material, however, does not qualify for the program
The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) is pleased to announce the return of the traveling student art exhibit. To view the winning posters from last year, visit the Corona Public Library at 650 S. Main St. Corona, CA 92882 between Tuesday, March 10, 2015 and Tuesday, March 17, 2015. The exhibit includes all of the student winners within Southern California. This year, Corona’s very own student Katelyn Boshnich will represent Corona in the show. The traveling art show will be displayed in over 20 different locations within Southern California.
Help your community reach its water efficiency goals by sending your landscaper to school! The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) is now offering Landscape Maintenance and Efficiency Scholarships. This program will allow your licensed landscaper to further their education in water efficient practices, irrigation management and maintenance. We want to promote water use efficiency, healthy irrigation practices and maintenance in the landscape industry.
This Halloween, we’ll be seeing tons of spooky creatures and supernatural monsters out on the streets, but the scariest monster is lurking every day in your own home: the energy vampire! An “energy vampire” is an electronic appliance or device that uses energy when it’s plugged in, even if it’s turned off.
Introducing…the Maintenance Services Department!
The new Maintenance Services Department is your one-stop-shop for services in Corona!
Have you seen a sidewalk that needs repair?
Need a tree trimmed?
See a street light that is out?
Just call us at 951-736-2234! One department to handle all your needs – we are here to provide exceptional service to the community.
The City of Corona Maintenance Services Department is currently performing annual maintenance on the soccer fields at three of the City’s parks – Santana, Eagle Glen and El Cerrito Parks. All of these parks use reclaimed water for irrigation – to help save potable water. And, this annual maintenance will actually help to use less water at each park in the long run.
The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) would like to recognize the finalists and winner of the 2014 Water is Life Art Poster Contest.
If you would like more information about next year’s contest, click here.
California is home to many national parks and campgrounds and Corona is lucky enough to be in a great location that we can take family vacations to these beautiful get-a-ways without having to travel too far. Many of us look forward to the warm summer months so we can pack up our camping gear, RVs, and toy haulers and head out to spend some time with the ones we love most in different scenery other than our 91 freeway commute.... Continue reading...
The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) is pleased to announce that our 2014 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is complete and on its way to you! DWP is committed to providing our customers with the highest quality products and services, and the CCR is an example of our commitment to the community and ability to deliver the best quality drinking water.
To encourage outdoor water conservation at residences in Corona, the incentive amount for the Cash for Grass Rebate Program has doubled! Front yard, parkway and backyard projects are eligible to receive a rebate of $2 per square foot of grass replaced, with no maximum rebate amount. Bring color to Corona and cash to your pockets!
The City of Corona Department of Water & Power (DWP) recently became aware of a scam that occurred within the city. Telephone scammers posing as utility workers have been threatening customers with immediate termination of service for non-payment, demanding credit card information. If the customer did not have a credit card, they asked the customer to use or obtain a PayPal card.