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Environmental Programs

Climate Action Plan (CAP)
The City of Rolling Hills in cooperation with South Bay Cities Council of  Governments has developed a Climate Action Plan to reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions within the City.

Energy Savings
The following are resources to assist residents with energy savings.

Greywater Systems
The following is information pertaining to greywater systems and greywater use.

Recycling Construction and Demolition Waste
At least 65% of construction and demolition waste from development must be recycled. The following is information pertaining to the requirement. Please call or visit City Hall for more information.

Soil for Landscaping
Import of top soil for landscaping must be approved by the City Manager  or his designee.  Soil may be imported for landscaping without a C&D Permit. Please fill out the application below, sign and submit to the City for approval  or visit City Hall for more information.

Swimming Pools and Spas Maintenance and Draining Tips
The following are resources to assist residents with pool and spa maintenance and drainage tips and requirements.

Water Restrictions Regulations
California Water Service Company (Cal Water) on April 29th, 2015 officially released that the customers of the Palos Verdes Peninsula will have to mandatorily cut its water use by 36%. 

This is the requirement that is being imposed by the California Water Resources Control Board. The Board was taking public comment on their Proposed Emergency Regulations until 10:00 AM on May 4th at   — this included objections to the 36% cut that Rolling Hills residents will have to make.  The letters were to be addressed to each individual State Water Resources Control Board Member—Chair Felicia Marcus, Vice Chair Frances Spivy-Weber, Dorene D’Adamo, Steven Moore, and Tam Doduc.  

In order to attain the 36% reduction, Cal Water submitted a Water Shortage Contingency Plan to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). Schedule 14.1 is proposed to be implemented on June 1st and includes its proposed water use restrictions, water budgets, enforcement measures and conservation programs. To learn more about these provisions or to voice your opposition about them, Cal Water held a community meeting at its Torrance Office on Wednesday, May 13th at 6:00 pm.  The Cal Water office is located at 2632 W237th Street, Torrance, CA  90505. 

To see the staff report presented to the City Council on 5/11, the entire text of the Proposed Emergency Regulations and receive more information on water conservation and how to provide public comment please click the links below:

City of Rolling Hills
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Rolling Hills, CA 90274
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Fax (310) 377-7288
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