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Water Supply Conditions Return to Normal

We are no longer facing a potential water shortage thanks to the recent rains in our watershed and water-saving efforts of 1.5 million customers in the Seattle region.

For more info on Seattle’s Regional Water Supply, check out Seattle Public Utilities’ blog.

Why conserve?

Using water more efficiently helps stretch our supply for current and future generations.

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Rebates for water saving projects

We maybe able to help cover the costs of upgrading to  more water-efficient equipment at your home, multifamily property, or business.

Resources for apartment managers

Proactively communicating with residents can help you address leaks quickly and keep your utility bills as low as possible.
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Gardening Classes

Learn how to create and maintain beautiful landscapes that use water wisely. Early registration is recommended as many classes fill up fast.
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Fix that running toilet!

Each day a running toilet with a medium-sized leak can waste as much water as taking 15 showers.
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Help your business fix leaks

We offer free resources to reduce water consumption and prevent leaks at your business.
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Free programs for schools

We offer free, innovative water conservation programs for K-8 classrooms in our service area. Now offering virtual and some in-person options.

Did you know?

Water conservation tools can help customers keep water bills as low as possible. In many cases, reducing water use can also reduce your sewer bill.