gardening and irrigationDrought or no drought, the changes you make at home can have a big impact on our City’s and region’s water future.

In Roseville, up to 60 percent of our annual water usage goes directly to our yards. We can make meaningful change in saving water by taking action to make gardens and irrigation systems more water-efficient. By doing so, we can also protect pollinators, save energy, and make a significant contribution to regional water quality. Great news!

Whether you are starting a complete landscape makeover or simply tweaking your existing garden to be more water efficient, use this website for tips on creating the most water-savvy and beautiful landscape on the block. 

First -- Be inspired
By taking these Garden Tours featured in Water-Wise Gardening in the Gold Country.

Photo credit: Saxon Holt, PhotoBotanic,