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SealCity of Beaumont, CA
550 East 6th Street
Beaumont, CA 92223
Water Conservation
Due to ongoing drought conditions throughout California, the State Water Board approved emergency regulations to address outdoor urban water use. The following water-wasting activities are prohibited:
  • Overwatering lawns and landscapes such that excessive runoff flows into adjacent property, walkways, roadways, or parking lots
  • Using water to wash driveways or sidewalks
  • Using a hose to wash a motor vehicle, unless hose is equipped with a shutoff nozzle
  • Using a water feature in a fountain or other decorative water feature, unless the water is recirculated
  • Restaurants shall not serve drinking water unless specifically requested by the customer.
  • Operators of hotels and motels must provide guests with the option of choosing not to have their towels and linens laundered daily; notice of this option must be displayed prominently;
  • Irrigating turf or ornamental landscapes during and 48 hours after measurable precipitation is prohibited.

On May 5, 2015, in response to the State of California Emergency Regulations, the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District Board of Directors passed Resolution 2015-05 authorizing penalties for non-compliance with mandatory water use restrictions.

    Customers are encouraged to comply with all State of California mandates. In accordance with the emergency regulations, violators may be subject to fines of up to an amount equal to 50 percent of the customers current water bill and/or termination of water service pursuant to Part 15 of the District's Regulations Governing Water Service.

    Beaumont City Council Measures
    On Tuesday, August 19, 2014, the Beaumont City Council approved the adoption of a Drought Landscaping Policy for Code Compliance. The policy addresses NOT assessing fines against property owners for reducing or eliminating watering during any period for which there is a drought. Click here to view the approved policy

    Helpful Water Resources
    Report Water Waste Anonymously
    California State Water Board