To help save water during California's historic drought, the city of Burbank is getting dirty.
The Los Angeles Times reports more than 300 city vehicles, including police cars and fire trucks, will go unwashed for at least two months as part of a new water conservation program.
However, in the name of safety, Burbank spokesman Drew Sugars says city departments are instructed to keep vehicle windows clean so drivers can see.
City officials have requested that 350 blue stickers reading "Go Dirty for the Drought" be placed in vehicle windows to bring attention to the state's dry spell.
The campaign is run by the Santa Monica-based environmental organization Los AngelesWaterkeeper.
The newspaper says Santa Monica and Malibu have also made the no-wash pledge for their fleets.