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Learn more about Peoria’s water conservation programs

Posted 8/5/22

The city of Peoria has declared Stage 1 “Water Watch” of the Drought Management Plan to raise awareness and encourage conservation.

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Learn more about Peoria’s water conservation programs

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The city of Peoria has declared Stage 1 “Water Watch” of the Drought Management Plan to raise awareness and encourage conservation.

In Peoria, water conservation is a way of life and residents are encouraged to join the effort by voluntarily reducing water use, according to a news release.

Peoria offers several programs and rebates to help homeowners increase water efficiency in the community, including grass to xeriscape conversion rebates, a high efficiency toilet rebate, smart irrigation controller rebate, a tree planting rebate program, and a complimentary landscape consultation program.

To learn how to save money and water, visit www.peoriaaz.gov/waterconservation.

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