COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY & WATER CONSERVATION
Brian Boyer, Cinnabar Hills Golf Club's Superintendent, accepts the first Water-Saving Hero Certificate of Appreciation ever awarded by the Santa Clara Valley Water District from Board Chair Gary Kremen.
The Santa Clara Valley Water District recognized Cinnabar Hills as a Water-Saving Hero for our water conservation campaign which includes dedicating a portion of our website to conservation information, sending out conservation messages to our customers and implementing water conservation measures that reduced the amount of water used by the golf course and clubhouse operations by 24.8 percent between March 1 –December 31, 2014 when compared to the same period in 2013. Cinnabar also received a rebate from the SCVWD for converting 77,102 sq. ft. of irrigated turf to drought tolerant native grasses.
Cinnabar Hills is committed to water conservation and has implemented a plan to meet or exceed the 30% water use reduction called for by the SCVWD Board in their March 24, 2015 meeting. We encourage all Santa Clara County residents and businesses to do the same.
It’s not unusual for members of the Cinnabar Hills local ownership group to be positively engaged in our community--in fact, it’s "par for the course".
As California and Santa Clara Valley continue to suffer from extreme drought conditions, Cinnabar Hills Golf Club has jumped into action to do its part to conserve water. While we have scientifically managed our water use in the past, we've implemented, and you'll begin to see, several new changes when it comes to water conservation measures including:
ON THE GOLF COURSE:
AT THE CLUBHOUSE:
We'll strive to continue delivering the same award-winning experience you've come to expect from us while at the same time looking for more ways to conserve water.
We thank you for your continued support and ask that you do your part to conserve water while visiting us here at Cinnabar Hills and when at your home or place of business. Visit the Santa Clara Valley Water District's website at www.valleywater.org/drought2014/ or call the District’s Drought Hotline at 408-630-2000 to learn more. For quick tips on how to save water at home, you can also visit www.save20gallons.org. As a result of all engaged in a commitment to community, we'll together make a positive difference.
Cinnabar Hills Golf Club Ownership Group