Answers to all things for residential can be found here.
Green Home Guide offers homeowners, apartment dwellers, prosumers and do-it-yourselfers the tips and tools to make better decisions toward greening their homes.
Home & garden tips, rebates, classes, and info on conservation.
As a publicly-owned utility, the LADWP makes these programs available to assist our customers in using energy and water more efficiently as well as saving money and resources while improving our environment.
Recycling, Composting, and Zero Waste Guidance
Information, Insights, and Analysis from the City of LA
County of Los Angeles portal to a number of award-winning programs that help residents, businesses, and government keep the County clean and sustainable.
ReadyLA offers a variety of information to assist with emergency preparedness, response and recovery, including resources for disaster survival kits and emergency shelters.
Are you an Edison customer? Throughout the state, all customers of investor owned utilities (Edison, SDG&E, PG&E) will receive California Climate Credits twice a year, in April/May and October/November. Thanks to the California Public Utilities Commission, this payment comes from a California program that is fighting climate change. Your Climate Credit is designed to help you join in these efforts. You can use the bill savings from your Climate Credit however you choose, but you can save even more money by investing the savings in energy-saving home upgrades, including more efficient lights and appliances. You can find more information and receive rebates for these and many other energy-efficient choices for your home at EnergyUpgradeCA.org/credit