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Three Things To Conserve WaterWaterWater Conservation

Update Your Sprinkler System’s Controller Billions of gallons of water are wasted every day from inefficient landscape watering. Newer, more efficient irrigation-control technologies use local weather and landscape conditions to tailor watering schedules to the conditions in your yard. For example, a rain and freeze sensor automatically shuts off your

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Featured Topic - WaterWaterWater Conservation

The City is promoting water conservation this summer as we have in past years. For most households, the single biggest step you can take is to reduce the number of days you water your lawn to two or even one day each week. You can see the watering schedule that

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WaterWater ConservationWater Forms

This Water Conservation Plan was developed to maintain and extend the available water supply to the City’s certified service area and to protect the integrity of water supply facilities with a focus on domestic water use, sanitation and fire prevention; to protect and preserve public health, welfare and safety; and

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Three Things To Conserve WaterWaterWater Conservation

Install and Maintain Rain Barrels Now is a great time to install or perform routine maintenance on rain barrels. Rain barrels help conserve water by harvesting rain, which can be used instead of municipal or well water. Also, rainwater is better for your plants because it is free of salts and

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Three Things To Conserve WaterWaterWater Conservation

Use Mulch to Save Water Mulch is a chemical-free, protective ground covering, which saves water and money by conserving the soil’s moisture. It also inhibits weed growth, prevents erosion, and moderates soil temperature. City of Georgetown curbside-collected yard trimmings are brought to the City’s Collection Station where it is ground

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