Combined lake level
Your water thrifty habits helped get us through one of the worst droughts in our history. Now that the lakes are full we’ve been able to increase our outdoor watering schedules from one day to two days-per-week – but we need you to please keep up those water thrifty habits. Remember: increasing from once to twice-per-week watering could increase your water consumption and lead to a higher water utility bill. So please Know Your Days and follow your designated watering schedule. When it comes to saving water let’s Stick 2 It, Cedar Park!
Conserving water is one of the most important issues we face. You did a lot to help conserve during the drought, but there's still a lot we can do to Stick 2 It. Here are just a few of the places where you can reduce your water usage and help conserve Cedar Park’s most important natural resource.
Being water-thrifty while maintaining your lawn is the biggest single thing you can do to help conserve water.
Whether it’s following your watering schedule, using native plants in your landscaping, or just repairing leaky faucets, there’s lots of ways to conserve water.See more outdoor tips
Did you know that indoor leaks and inefficient fixtures are the second biggest cause of wasted water?
Small things, such as maintaining plumbing and being mindful of water usage, can add to significant water and financial savings.See more indoor tips
Most people don’t think of conserving water at work.
Many of the same conservation tips that apply at home can be used to conserve water in the workplace as well.See more tips for work