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LADWP Level Pay

Optimize your budgeting with Level Pay monthly billing, a hassle-free payment plan that evens out seasonal fluctuations in your utility bills. With predictable monthly payments, you’ll know exactly how much to budget each month, regardless of the season. All residential and multi-residential customers with eligible services, even those currently behind on their bills, can enroll. Sign up for Level Pay today for more predictable utility costs!

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LADWP Financial Assistance

The Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) will end December 31, 2023 and though the amounts vary, the program amount increased and now provides up to $15,000 to pay past due water and sewer bills, and from $200 to $316 for current water and sewer bills for qualifying customers.

Here are some key points about the 2023 Program:

LIHEAP and LIHWAP are two state programs that provide up to $5,000 $18,000 in assistance for utility bills for low income households. Enrollment is very low and LADWP wants to make sure that LADWP customers are aware of this and other programs that can help.

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Small Business Solar Workshop – Thursday, August 17 at 10 AM

Calling all property owners!

As a building owner in the area, you have been selected to participate in a solar energy program that would turn your unused rooftop/parking space into long-term revenue.

Join LA City Councilmember Tim McOsker, LADWP, the Los Angeles Business Council, Valta Energy, Catalyze, GreenQuest, PCS Energy, Wells Fargo, Property Owners, Solar Developers, and Financiers to discuss the opportunities available to you. Come join us at Brouwerij West, near the Port of Los Angeles, to learn about LADWP’s solar programs and enjoy lunch and beer tasting after the workshop!

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s solar Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) program pairs property owners with qualified solar developers. In exchange for space on your rooftop/parking lot, building owners receive regular lease payments from the solar developer. The FiT program solar canopy and carport adder now allows property owners to install solar on their parking lots while also incentivizing the installation of electric vehicle chargers on their property.

This opportunity means you can turn your roof/parking lot into an asset, without incurring the costs that solar installation would otherwise require. Rooftop and parking lot solar paired with EV chargers also increase your property value while cutting down on HVAC costs. Plus, annual roof repair costs are often covered under warranty.

Come join us to learn about the programs available to you to make money while helping to clean air, create cool, shade, and empower equitable opportunity to make Los Angeles healthier and resilient.

Thursday, August 17, 2023
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Brouwerij West
110 E 22nd St
San Pedro, CA 90731

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LADWP Outdoor Watering Update

After observing two-days-a-week outdoor watering restrictions for the past thirteen months, LADWP customers can begin watering outdoor landscapes for up to three-days-a-week. After experiencing a record snowpack, the return to the City’s Phase 2 Emergency Water Conservation Ordinance was approved and effective July 27, 2023.
The return to three-days-a-week watering means customers with street addresses ending in odd-numbers may water on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and customers with even-numbered street addresses may water on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, before 9 a.m. or after 4 p.m., when the evaporation rate is appreciably lower than during the middle of the day.

Click here for more information about current watering restrictions and water conservation programs.

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