05/30/2020 - COVID-19 UPDATE: In accordance with the State of California, splash pads, skate parks, dog parks, athletic fields, park restrooms, and outdoor courts for tennis, pickle ball, basketball, and volleyball are now open. Park patrons are still required to practice social distancing in all activities at the parks and wear face masks. JCSD Headquarters Lobby, and ALL Recreation & Sports facilities including the Eastvale Community Center, Harada Neighborhood Center, Exercise Equipment and Playgrounds are still CLOSED until further notice. For questions, please call (951) 727-3524.

Water Conservation


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For Customers

CLICK HERE for Regulations and Rules on Water Conservation with JCSD

CLICK HERE to request a Free Irrigation System Audit

CLICK HERE for information on Water-Wise Rebates and Incentives

CLICK HERE for Turf Replacement and all our Landscaping Resources

CLICK HERE for JCSD's Tips on Everyday Water-Use Efficiency 


EducationWater Conservation With JCSD - call 951-727-3521 or email

Click HERE for 2020 Water is Life Student Art Contest submission form

CLICK HERE for Educational Workshops for the Community

CLICK HERE to visit a Water-Wise Garden

CLICK HERE for free Teacher Resources


Additional Resources

Visit these websites for more information on how to make your home more water efficient. 

  • iEfficient is a collaborative conservation effort developed by water agencies and cities throughout the Inland Empire, including JCSD.watering plant - photo
  • Save Our Water is a partnership between the Association of California Water Agencies and the California Department of Water Resources.
  • Metropolitan Water District provides tips on how to Be Water Wise.
  • Save Our Water website provides information on how to make your sprinklers more efficient to reduce or eliminate irrigation runoff.
  • SoCal Water Smart provides a listing of all the rebates that are available to JCSD customers and most water customers in Southern California.
  • California Native Plant Society provides information on native plants including care, irrigation, and maintenance.
  • Inland Empire Garden Friendly provides local communities with conservation-based educational opportunities, as well as information and access to climate-appropriate plants.


Questions? (951)727-3521 or email

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