Tips for using less water

Did you know...Most water use occurs outdoors?

Here are few tips for using less water outdoors:

  • Water early in the morning or later at night to reduce evaporation.
  • Adjust sprinklers to prevent overspray and runoff.
  • Dial back your sprinklers by two minutes.
  • Adjust your sprinkler time monthly and according to the weather.
  • Replace lawn with low water using plants and drip irrigation (rebates available)
Plus, our top tips for using less water indoors:
  • Limit showers to five minutes or less
  • Check plumbing and appliances for leaks and fix them within 48 hours.
  • Install high-efficiency appliances such as toilets, showerheads, faucets, dishwashers and clothes washers (rebates available).
  • Turn off the water when rinsing dishes, soaping hands, brushing teeth or shaving.