The Saving Water Partnership is a group of local water utilities in Seattle and King County working together to help customers save water and money.
The information on this website will help you save water at your home, in your yard and garden, and at your business or organization.
Whether you have a sprinkler system, or water by hand, these smart watering tips will help you keep your yard looking beautiful:
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Established shrubs, trees, and perennials need less water than lawn and annuals.
Water young trees efficiently using a water bag. Trees planted five or fewer years ago need 15-20 gallons of water twice a week to survive.