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21st Annual Coastal Cleanup Day & Beach Celebration at Bluff Park in Long Beach

An all-out assault on the cigarette butts, plastic wrappers and bottle tops that pollute the city’s longest stretch of beach, by the Long Beach Water Department at its band of citizen volunteers who are committed to making Long Beach a more beautiful place to live
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Long Beach Water Receives $51,136 from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to create a Beautiful Long Beach

LONG BEACH, CA - Today, the Long Beach Water Department received a $51,136 grant from the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation for two important environmentally responsible water conservation programs: replacing an inefficient 50 year old irrigation system at Keller Elementary School and the implementation of an innovative “eWaterUpdate” program to help homeowners reduce landscape irrigation.

Long Beach Water Awards Beautiful Long Beach Landscape Grants

LONG BEACH, CA – The Long Beach Water Department has awarded $7,000 in grants to two Long Beach organizations working to create a more Beautiful Long Beach. The Long Beach Water Department’s landscape grant program is intended to showcase and cultivate interest in native California plants and landscapes. By promoting California-Friendly landscape, we help keep water in the up-stream environment, reduce urban runoff and its toxicity, and create wildlife habitat, while lowering maintenance costs and water bills.

Long Beach Water Conservation Program to Save School District $80,000 a Year; 36 Million Gallons of Water

LONG BEACH, CA – The Long Beach Board of Water Commissioners has approved an agreement with the Long Beach Unified School District that will conserve more than 36 million gallons of water and save the District $80,000 dollars in water fees, each year. The agreement provides for the installation of 49 advanced-technology irrigation controllers at 26 different schools in the Long Beach Unified School District, all at no cost to the District.

Long Beach Water Beach Clean-Up Removes Over 800 lbs of Trash

LONG BEACH, CA – On Saturday, June 17, 2006 the Long Beach Water Department removed over 800 lbs of debris, including a mattress, multiple pairs of shoes and innumerable pieces of styrofoam and cigarette butts from Bluff Park Beach.

Beautiful Long Beach Landscape Grants Awarded to Birney and Los Cerritos Elementary Schools

LONG BEACH, CA – The Long Beach Water Department has awarded $6,875 in
grants to two Long Beach elementary schools working to create a more Beautiful Long
Beach. The Long Beach Water Department’s landscape grant program is intended to
showcase and cultivate interest in native California plants and landscapes, as seen at
BeWaterWise

Long Beach Water to Receive Highest Award for Competitiveness Achievement

WASHINGTON DC – The Long Beach Water Department will be presented the Gold Award for Competitiveness Achievement at the October annual meeting of the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA), according to AMWA officials.

22st Annual Coastal Cleanup Day & Beach Celebration at Bluff Park in Long Beach

An all-out assault on the cigarette butts, plastic wrappers and bottle tops that pollute the city’s longest stretch of beach, by the Long Beach Water Department and its band of citizen volunteers who are committed to making Long Beach a more beautiful place to live

1,100 lbs. of Trash Removed by 400 at Bluff Park Beach

Starbucks, Krispy Kreme, Taco Surf join Water Department to throw Ultimate Beach Party

MOLAA and Sutter Academy Middle School Awarded Beautiful Long Beach Landscape Grants

LONG BEACH, CA – The Long Beach Board of Water Commissioners today awarded nearly $9,000 dollars in Beautiful Long Beach Landscape Grants to the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) and Sutter Elementary School.