Help Conserve Energy

Energy officials are encouraging residents to conserve electricity and gas. With the limited availability of natural gas from the Aliso Canyon storage facility, there is less natural gas locally to produce electricity.

Gas consumption is especially high during the summer. SoCal will make every effort to avoid loss of gas service to residential areas, however the lack of local gas storage may result in increased instance of electrical blackouts across Southern California.  Click here to learn more about energy conservation. 

Latest City News

  • Holiday Parking Exemptions
    17 November 2016
    Holiday Parking Exemptionslease be advised that beginning 2:00 am on Wednesday, November 23, 2016 there will be City-wide exemption for parking violations regarding overnight parking. This exemption will extend until 2:00 am on Sunday, November 27, 2016 in observance of Thank...
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  • What Days Can I Water?
    03 November 2016
    What Days Can I Water?Wondering which days you can water your lawn or garden? Sierra Madre Municipal Code designates which days residents can water based on their street address. Please refer to the following to avoid violations. ...
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  • Police Resume Full-Time Service
    01 November 2016
    Police Resume Full-Time ServiceToday starts another chapter in the history of the Sierra Madre Police Department. After a trying 9 months of rebuilding and restructuring, the Police Department is back to full force and once again able to police this fine community on a full-time b...
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  • Aliso Canyon Gas Leak Increases Need to Conserve
    30 June 2016
    Aliso Canyon Gas Leak Increases Need to Conserve The impact of the Aliso Canyon gas leak near Porter Ranch will have wide-ranging effects across areas of the southland. Cities from the San Gabriel Valley, including Sierra Madre, met with representatives from Southern California Gas Company (SoCal) ...
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