Environmental services and programs offered by the City include solid waste and recycling, water conservation, water pollution prevention, composting, and energy conservation. Implementing these programs and services will allow the City to protect and enhance natural resources, reduce the city's carbon footprint and save money for Oceanside ratepayers.
Water Quality Report. The City of Oceanside is committed to providing you with safe drinking water. This report contains information about the local drinking water sources, water treatment, and water quality. To learn more click here, and to view the report click here.
WaterSmart Program. With just a few simple steps you can sign up for your own personal account profile using a computer, tablet or smartphone. Visit Oceanside.WaterSmart.com and enter your City of Oceanside water utility account number along with your service zip code. It's that easy!
Loma Alta Creek Wetland Enhancement Concept. The City of Oceanside is seeking community input on a grant-funded enhancement project at Loma Alta Creek near South Coast Highway. Click here to learn more about the project and provide input.
New Mandatory Commercial Organic Recycling. In October of 2014 Governor Brown signed AB 1826, requiring businesses to recycling their organic waste, depending on the amount of waste they generate. Click here to learn more.
Level 1 Drought Watch. The City of Oceanside has returned to Level 1 Drought Watch thanks to improved water supply statewide and extraordinary conservation efforts by its customers. Visit our water conservation page for information about rebates, ways to reduce water waste and more.
Earth Month 2017 Information click here!
Find more information about each of these programs, events, and services by clicking on the links below.