Take your car to the car wash, or if you choose to wash at home, be sure to use a self-closing hose nozzle.
Landscape your yard with low water use plants.
Keep showers to 10 minutes or less.
Clean sidewalks and driveways with a broom, rather than a hose.
Turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth.
Repair leaky faucets and toilets, or replace them with more efficient equipment.
Only run washing machines and dish washers when they are completely full.
Water only in the early morning before the sun comes up.
Use drips or bubblers to irrigate your flower and shrub beds. Replace spray head nozzles with rotator nozzles.
While hand watering your yard, focus on dry spots, and pay close attention to avoid runoff.
Water Saving TipsSara Scarbo2020-01-14T20:30:47-08:00