Glendale Water & Power


 Water Finds A Way - Public Art Installation 

GWP in partnership with AFTA Productions (AFTA) and the Glendale Arts & Culture Commission will host “Water Finds A Way” community labyrinth, a temporary art installation highlighting the significance of water. The interactive labyrinth will be placed at the City’s Perkins Plaza at 141 N. Glendale Ave. starting September 18th. Residents can visit and walk through this symbolic concept centered around the importance and necessity of water. The art installation will be created using reclaimed wood, stone filled Earthknit, glass mulch, and will feature a solar powered “water” element in the center. The temporary public art series curated specifically for the City of Glendale is supported by the City of Glendale and the Glendale Arts & Culture Commission with funding from the Urban Art Plan.

 Water Finds A Way will be on exhibit from September 18th – November 18th with a community event on September 27th from 12pm – 4pm at the Perkins Plaza. The community event will feature demonstrations on water conservation and drought tolerant landscaping, artist talk, succulent swap, and a tour of the exhibit. For more information on the event, visit AFTA’s website  


Glendale is in Phase III of Mandatory Water Conservation


California is in its 4th year of exceptional drought. Governor Jerry Brown issued an Executive Order on April 1, 2015 directing the State Water Resources Board to implement mandatory water reductions to reduce water usage by 25 percent statewide. Glendale is now in Phase III of its Mandatory Water Conservation Ordinance. Customers can only water landscapes on Tuesdays and Saturdays for no more than 10 minutes at each watering station.

We appreciate all that our residents have done to conserve water, and we urge you to keep conserving and changing habits that lead to more conservation. Learn more about the water shortage and what you can do to save water, how to reprogram your irrigation controller and other helpful links for water conservation click here. To anonymously report water waste call GWP’s water waster hotline at (818) 550-4426 or submit an online form. For information regarding the Drought Charge, click here


How much water are we saving?

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We are also conserving and leading by example


GWP recently stopped its Parcher Plaza wall water feature in order to conserve water. It will eventually turn into a CA Friendly planter. We have put in a drought tolerant CA Friendly Garden across from the wall feature and will continue to do more of these demonstration type gardens around the City. We are working with our Parks department and have stopped watering medians that were using potable water. Parcher Plaza Fountain IMG_5202







Quality Assurance Program

Glendale Water & Power field crews will be checking electric and water meters as part of our quality assurance program. Crews will be wearing GWP uniforms, with quality control vests, they will be carrying easily identifiable and proper GWP identification and driving GWP trucks. 

 Download GWP's First Mobile App!

The new free mobile app, called GWP – Mobile My Connect is a new and interactive app to help customers better manage their energy and water usage on their SmartPhone, tablet or computer. Download the app today to view and pay your bills, see near real time water and electric usage, set budget goals, submit services requests, report outages and send messages to GWP and access solar panel and electric vehicle information.

This mobile app is available through the Google Play and the Apple Store. For more information on the app, to download and see the user guide click here. To learn more about GWP's New Mobile App called Mobile My Connect. Watch our video below. 

Water Wise Gardening - Learn how to be a water wise gardener.

Our six min video covers conservation, the Glendale Water Wise Gardening website and how you can create a drought tolerant landscape that saves you money and water.

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What You Need To Know About Utility Fraud Calls

Utility fraud calls and visits can be convincing. Don’t fall victim to these types of scams. Know GWP’s procedures. If you have a suspicion always call GWP to verify (818) 548-3300. Your safety and security is our priority. Click here for more information.