2015 Community Town Hall Meeting: Save Water—Save LA

Town Hall 2015: Save Water-Save LA

Learn how to hit the 25% water savings mandate

The extremity of our water shortage in California has been highly publicized as of late. But what does it really mean? Drought, Water Shortage, Conservation…and more importantly, how does it affect you? Save Water—Save LA is your key to the answer.

On May 17, 2015 from 12 to 3 pm at Castle Heights Elementary School, SORO NC is hosting a town hall meeting, Save Water—Save LA, on the topic of water conservation.

Save Water—Save LA is designed to inform and motivate people to consider water conservation in daily life. This program will educate people about the drought and present ways to get involved in the solution including meeting the 25% water reduction mandate, the cash for grass program and landscaping ideas.

From top academics, to learning how to pick native plants for your yard, to activities for the children and delicious food trucks, there is something for everyone. Bring the entire family.

Activities include:
  • E-waste drive: Bring all your old electronics for proper disposal and recycling**
  • Town hall panel discussion followed by question and answer period
  • Swag bags for first 150 attendees and opportunity drawing for great prizes
  • Free rain barrel sign-ups and installation education
  • Food Trucks
  • Kids Corner where younger kids can participate in water conservation activities
  • Meeting your local government officials

SORO NC has put together a panel of some of the top experts in the field of water and conservation to educate and recommend options everyone can do to safeguard our water supply. This will be an interactive event for the whole family. There will be a short panel discussion with question and answer period followed by an informal meet and greet with organizations at tables to learn about services and opportunities you can actually use to conserve water and meet the 25% water reduction mandate.

Panel topics covered:


Other scheduled participants:

Greywater Corps, Food and Water Watch, Rain Gutter Specialists, Grow Native Nursery, LA Waterkeeper, The House Agents/Partners Trust, Ballona Creek Renaissance, Green Gardens Group, Green Beginnings, and our political representatives.

Join us for this lively and informative town hall, Save Water—Save LA, and help us win the water wars. Together, our communities can build a water-friendly future. We hope to see you there.

**E-waste drive accepts:

  • Computer monitors & television sets
  • Computers, scanners, keyboard, speakers, mouse, printers, printer cartridges
  • DVD players, VCRs, phones, answering machines, cell phones & accessories
  • Computer batteries, cellphone batteries
  • Microwave ovens, toasters, small household electronics
Do Not Bring:
  • Major appliances (fridges, washers etc.)
  • Alkaline batteries
  • Fluourescent lamps (CFLs, lightbulbs)
  • Media (tapes, CDs etc.)