Message From The General Manager
Although the Governor's April 2015 Executive Order was lifted in April 2017 with Executive Order B-40-17 and previously modified with the May 2016 Executive Order B-27-16 (Making Water Conservation a California Way of Life),
Water Conservation Plan
The District's attached Water Conservation Plan discusses multiple issues related to water conservation. With each issue, the Water Conservation Plan discusses the District's current practice, further District objectives, and challenges in accomplishing the objectives.
Utilizing the District's Strategic Plan, historical usage, and Making Water Conservation a California Way of Life recommendation (which provide the framework for outdoor irrigation standards utilizing evapotranspiration rates for the area, and irrigated and irrigable landscape areas), the District has set an annual water consumption target of 503 units of water per developed acre (1 unit of water equals 748 gallons).
In the last full fiscal year, 2017-2018, the District used 465 units per acre, 7.6% below its water target of 503 units per acre.
In response to the current ongoing severe California drought, rapidly escalating water prices, and statewide policies and laws encouraging the reduction in the use of outdoor water (especially turf), the Conejo Recreation and Park District is continuing its water conservation efforts. These include:
Below are turf conversion maps for each park.
|Banyan Park||Northwood Park|
|Borchard Community Park||Oakbrook Neighborhood Park|
|Canada Park||Old Meadows Park|
|Conejo Community Park||Pepper Tree Park|
|Conejo Creek North Park||Rancho Conejo Playfield|
|Conejo Creek South Park||Russell Park|
|Cypress Park||Russell Access 1|
|Del Prado Playfield||Russell Access 2|
|Dog Park||Russell Access 3|
|Dos Vientos Community Park||Southshore Hills Park|
|Dos Vientos Neighborhood Park||Spring Meadow Park|
|El Parque de la Paz||Stagecoach Inn Park|
|Estella Park||Suburbia Park|
|Evenstar Park||Sunset Hills Park|
|Fiore Playfield||Sycamore Neighborhood Park|
|Glenwood Park||Thousand Oaks Community Park|
|Hickory Park||Triunfo Park|
|Kimber Park||Walnut Grove Park|
|Lang Ranch Neighborhood Park||Waverly Park|
|Lynn Oaks Park||Wendy Park|
|Newbury Gateway Park||Wildflower Playfield|
|North Ranch Neighborhood Park||Wildwood Neighborhood Park|
|North Ranch Playfield|
NEW! Searchable Database of Water Usage Report Archives
Report park sprinkler problems and concerns by participating in the Do Report Irrigation Problems (D.R.I.P.) Water Watcher Program. Use the simple form below to report water leaks, broken sprinklers, over-watering due to malfunctioning controllers, or anything that results in water waste.