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Water Conservation Program
The City of Avondale’s water conservation program is an important part of the management and planning of the City’s limited water resources for today and into the future.


The city is involved at the local, regional, and national levels of water conservation education to provide the most beneficial ways to conserve water.

By developing a few easy, common-sense water use habits, our customers can continue their current lifestyle while saving water, money and helping the City reach its water conservation goals.


Programs such as leak detection, school presentations, residential landscape classes, indoor and outdoor rebates, water audits have been integral parts of Avondale’s water conservation programs for many years.

The city promotes conservation techniques year-round, regardless of the amount of available water, or the existence of a drought to help residents continue to conserve precious water for the future and enjoy their quality of life in the City of Avondale.

 

  • Home Water Audit – a kit and/or service designed to assist you in determining your water use
    and locating water waste.
  • Rebates – Receive up to $600 for indoor plumbing fixtures and/ or outdoor landscape/conversions.
  • School Programs – schools can schedule a free education (and fun) water conservation assembly. 
  • Homeowner Classes and Workshops – the City offers classes on irrigation, plant selection, and plant maintenance.
  • Water in the Streets – Staff responds to reports of water in the streets.  Call (623) 333-4422
  • Free Brochures – helpful booklets from home management to designing a water efficient landscape.
  • Project WET – a water education training program for educators and young people.
  • Landscape Consultation – call for answers on plant selection, water scheduling and techniques for saving water. Master Gardener on staff.
  • HOA's and Neighborhoods – Staff can provide valuable information on ways to save money on
    water and landscaping.  

For more information contact:  
Esmie Avila
Water Conservation Ed. Specialist      (623) 333-4422      e-mail   

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