Are You Water Wise?
Water is Our Most Precious Natural Resource
In our beautiful Pleasant Grove City, use of our water resources makes our city a beautiful, and inviting place to live, work, and play. The over use of this resource will cause us and our posterity serious problems in the near and far future. We must protect and conserve water whenever and wherever possible.
What Does Being “Water Wise” Mean?
Being “water wise” means conserving water as an individual, family, and community. By doing our part, we can make a big difference for our current and future community.
Why Should I Care?
Our water resource is a precious and limited commodity needed for now and our future.
Small changes in our homes will make a big impact for us all!
How Can I Help?
By reading though the water saving information on this site, as an individual or as a family, and implementing a few water saving techniques, we can each make a difference in our water usage.
Take the Pledge!
Caring About our Water Resources
As you have heard in the news and can see by looking at our mountains, we are facing a very serious water shortfall again this year. This is due to many factors, which we cannot control. But we can control how much water we use. This is where we can all work together to improve our situation and protect our water resources. To help with this, we have provided several resources right here. Please visit this page often to see updates on our water totals and for updated information and resources.
- Check out our current mountain water levels http://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/nwcc/view?intervalType=+View+Current+&report=WYGRAPH×eries=Daily&format=plot&sitenum=1039&interval=WATERYEAR
- Request a free sprinkler check to help you fine tune your sprinkler system for maximum conservation
- See how to conserve water indoors in our indoor conservation section
- Check out more ways to conserve water indoors and out at www.slowtheflow.org
- Learn ways to improve your yard landscape for conservation in our smart yard section
- Check out water wise landscaping techniques at www.centralutahgardens.org
- Lawns take a lot of water. See how to improve your lawn with simple low cost solutions
- See what the State of Utah is promoting in water conservation at conservewater.utah.gov