There is a high potential for water savings working with public agencies, particularly with respect to landscape irrigation. It is common for public agencies to defer making water use efficiency improvements due to cash flow and budget limitations. However, public agencies may be among those entities that can potentially save the most water, and along with saving water, save money.
Through its Public Agency Landscape program (PAL), the Metropolitan Water District offers enhanced incentives paid up-front for public agencies to install water-efficient landscape devices at their facilities and on their grounds. The PAL program is currently slated to run through June 30, 2018 or while funding is available.