Casitas Kicking Off New Campaign

Casitas Kicking Off New Campaign

Keep an eye out for new signs going up all over the Ojai Valley! We’d like to introduce Casitas Municipal Water District’s new campaign “Conserving Lake Casitas!”. The campaign is aimed at celebrating customers that have met the drought head on with grace and tenacity, while reminding everyone that now more than ever before, we need to conserve Lake Casitas. Based on several qualifying criteria, customers may be given a landscape sign that highlights their individual efforts to conserve.

The campaign will be readily visible in banners throughout the Valley, bumper stickers are available at various locations for free, and other outreach efforts. For more information please click here, and to see if your landscape qualifies for a landscape sign, please email lharris@casitaswater.com or call (805) 649-2251 ext. 105

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