NEW- Saturday, May 18 is the Boulder Water Conservation Fair at East Boulder Community Park. Learn how to save water outdoors, buy xeric plants and more. Kids will enjoy music, puppet shows and canoe rides!
NEW- May 5-11 is Drinking Water Week. The city of Boulder (city) provides high quality water to your tap every day. Check out the new Water Quality Report to learn more.
NEW- The Alliance for Water Efficiency launches the new "Never Waste" campaign.
NEW - Lose the rebate form! Save water. Save trees. Find out what the city's offering instead of a rebate form.
The City of Boulder Water Conservation Program was founded in 1992. The primary goal of the program is to work with residents and businesses to conserve water, both indoors and out. To achieve this, the Water Conservation Program offers a number of different services, from landscape consultations to rebates, to help manage water use in and around the city. The efficient use of water not only decreases water bills, but also helps support a sustainable community.
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 14:14