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Palmdale residents have saved nearly 50 million gallons of water

Palmdale homeowners Shane and Karie Purcell were joined by City officials, water district representatives to unveil their new 2,500 square foot drought tolerant landscaping project that was installed and financed through the HERO Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Program.

PACE financing enables people to make water and energy efficiency improvements to their home and pay for them over time through their property tax bills.

“Palmdale homeowners, like the Purcells, can benefit from taking action now to make their homes more water and energy efficient and in the process save money on their utility bills,” said Palmdale Mayor Jim Ledford. “These projects not only help address the drought and are good for the environment, but also create jobs and boost our local economy.”