Water ConservationFALL IS HERE!
Reduce landscape watering to match cooler fall weather and save money. Learn how to water efficiently by reading Landscape Watering by the Numbers.
Now is the perfect time to shape-up your yard!
Fall is the season to plant, as it allows time for plants to develop hearty root systems before the summer heat arrives. Unsure where to start? Use Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert as to guide you on low-water-use plants that thrive in our desert environment. Want more?
FORGET OVERSEEDING THIS FALL AND SAVE TIME, WATER AND MONEY!
A winter lawn may require over 8 thousand gallons of water for every one thousand square feet of turf. Overseeding Bermuda with ryegrass prevents the Bermuda from properly storing the needed energy.
Give your Bermuda a break this winter and skip overseeding for a temporary winter lawn. You can also cut back on outdoor use by auditing your irrigation system, checking your pool for leaks, learning about watering your plants efficiently and attending free landscape workshops.
FREE IRRIGATION AUDIT!
Scottsdale's single-family residential homeowners can request a free irrigation audit! An irrigation specialist performs the audit along with the homeowner. During the audit the homeowner is given instruction on how to program the controller, how often to water the landscape and how to repair irrigation problems. Call (480) 312-5650 and request an irrigation audit. One audit per property.
Five rebates available for qualifying water customers.
Scottsdale's 5-acre Xeriscape Garden at Chaparral Park.
Free programs available for schools located in Scottsdale.
Learn how to read your meter and find leaks inside and outside your home.
Learn how you can save water in and around your home.
|HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATIONS AND
Learn about programs designed to help reduce water use in HOAs.
|MULTIFAMILY HOUSING AND WATER EFFICIENCY
Discover the resources available to help increase water efficiency use.
Read about the programs available to help increase efficient water use.
Please contact us with water conservation questions.