Welcome to Go Green Lomita! 

Go Green Lomita! is the City of Lomita's official website for environmental programs and information.

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Upcoming Events

Stay tuned for updates on future local green events!

Turf Removal Class: West Hollywood

May 3, 5pm – 8pm

Learn how to remove your turf and successfully convert your landscape to a native or drought-tolerant plant palette.

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California Friendly Landscape Training – Torrance

May 6, 9am – 12pm

Learn how to use water-efficient irrigation devices, on-site water retention, rainwater capture, and native plants in your landscaping.

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Rainwater/Greywater Workshop Workshop – El Segundo

May 9, 5pm – 8pm

This free workshop will teach about the benefits of using rainwater and greywater to create an affordable household water system that dramatically reduces water use and can play a critical role in drought resillience.

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Rain Barrel Distribution – Inglewood

December 20, 12pm – 4pm

Residents within West Basin Municipal Water District's service area may receive up to 2 free rain barrels.

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News

City Hall's New Electric Car Charging Station

The City of Lomita has recently used AQMD (Air Quality Management District) funds to purchase and install two dual port chargers at City Hall. The new chargers, located in the first row of parking stalls on the south side of the building, can have a vehicle completely charged just in four hours. The charging station is free for public use, so long as drivers move their vehicle after 4 hours or when charging is complete.

Drought Emergency!!!

Remember in the City of Lomita:

  • You may only water your lawn between 8 pm and 10 am.
  • Sidewalks, driveways and other non-pervious areas may not be hosed down for cleaning.

Click here for information on water-efficient irrigation.

The State of California' official drought information website is www.saveourh2o.org/

Click here to learn other easy ways to reduce your water consumption.

Battery recycling now available at City Hall

Did you know it is unsafe and illegal to throw your old batteries in the trash? Lomita now offers convenient recycling for household batteries and portable electronic devices (i.e. cell phones and mp3 players).  Just drop your batteries or devices in the bin inside City Hall.