Thanks to all who stoped by the Water Conservation Fair on July 21, 2012! Photos
About Parks Saves Water
The city's Parks and Recreation Department and the Water Conservation Program have a long-standing partnership, which not only helps to reduce the city's water use but helps show customers how they can do the same. Did you know Parks & Recreation has reduced outdoor use by 27 percent and reduced indoor water use by 30 percent from 2008-2009? Discover the ways you can save!
Check out all the innovative ways that Parks & Recreation saves water!
Water Conservation in City Parks
Water Conservation is more than just a good idea, for city parks it is a must. The Parks & Recreation Department has implemented many of the same water conservation methods that are available to the public. In order maintain hundreds of acres of turf, shrubs, trees and flowers as efficiently as possible, water conservation isn't just a good idea, it's the right thing to do! The Parks & Recreation Department has been taking an innovative approach to saving water, with some impressive results.
Last Updated on Friday, 26 April 2013 11:44