SERVIZ, an on-demand home services company, has released a list of 29 major cities in Southern California with a letter grade gauging their water conservation efforts. Los Angeles’ most famous and expensive suburb Beverly Hills got failing marks, along with two other cities. See a complete list of cities and their grades on the SERVIZ blog including Orange County’s Irvine and Santa Ana, that both scored an A.
The letter grade took into account a city’s average number of gallons used per resident per day, citywide gallons used per month, and percentage of water consumed by residential customers and agricultural needs. Continue reading