Water Savings Ideas

Saving water is like any other habit. The more you do it, the more natural it becomes. Become water wise, it’s fun to find more ways to conserve. By following some of the tips provided here, you can save water and money!

  • Watch for leaks. Pay attention to the SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS of plumbing, pool and spa leaks as outlined below. Do a routine indoor/outdoor check every three months, or call professionals to do one for you.


  • Check all faucets for drips. If a drip fills an 8-ounce glass every quarter hour, it will lose about 180 gallons per month. That’s 2,160 gallons a year, enough for 30+ showers or baths! Drips can usually be fixed by replacing inexpensive washers or valve seats.


  • Install flow restrictors or other conservation devices on all faucets. With these in the shower alone, you can cut your water use from about 5 to 10 gallons per minute to as low as 1.4 to 3 gallons per minute.


  • Wrap exposed indoor and outdoor pipes to prevent breakage in freezing weather.

Save Water

Abby, a 4th Grader at Pineview Elementary and Water Man explain how you can help save water!

  • Fix leaky faucets
  • Use a rain barrel
  • When waiting for the water to trun hot for a bath, catch the cold water in a bucket and use it to feed your plants.