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Happy lawns

Your lawn is happiest when watered deeply and less often. 

In the Pacific Northwest lawns only need about an inch of water per week in July, less if it rains. Making sure your lawn gets the right amount of water is easier with a smart sprinkler timer. Learn more about our $100 rebates for WaterSense labeled timers.

Why conserve?

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

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We’re listening

We want to know what you think. Take our short survey to help us improve the information and services we offer. Bonus: you can enter to win a free home water and energy-saving kit.
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Think twice before using pesticides

Check out our tips for dealing with weeds and pests naturally for a healthier yard and garden.
Bathroom sink and faucet

Ready for a mico-remodel?

Save water without starting a big project by upgrading the small cap at the end of your bathroom faucet—also known as an aerator.
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Water education in the classroom

We partner with Nature Vision to bring free, innovative, in-class and field water conservation programs to schools in our service area.
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Rebates for businesses

Save money and reduce water use with rebates on water-efficient fixtures and appliances.
  • toilets
  • commercial kitchen equipment
  • cooling tower systems
  • medical and scientific equipment
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Cash for conservation– $100 Rebates

Thinking about replacing your old, water guzzling toilet with a more efficient model? Take advantage of our high-efficiency toilet rebate program.

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.