Water Conservation

Utah is the second driest state in the nation and is one of the fastest growing. It is estimated that by 2060 the current population of 2.8 million people will grow to about 6 million! The need to conserve water and reduce our per capita water use will be imperative in meeting the state's future water needs.

Claim your rebates for the following at https://utahwatersavers.com/

  • Toilet Replacement Rebates: Old toilets are a leading cause of wasted water in Utah homes. Rebates for $100 are available to residents who replace toilets installed before 1994 with WaterSense-labeled toilets.
  • Smart Controller Rebates: Smart controllers help save water by automatically adjusting watering schedules based on local weather and landscape needs. Utahns can receive a rebate for 50 percent of the cost (up to $150) when they purchase an eligible WaterSense smart controller.
  • Localscapes Rewards: Localscapes is an approach to landscaping designed specifically for Utah. Cash rewards and plan reviews will be given for landscaping projects that meet Localscapes requirements. Getting a landscape that thrives in Utah is now easier than ever.
  • Landscape Consultations: Sign up for a free landscape consultation to get expert advice about watering practices, landscaping, and sprinkler systems.
  • Flip Your Strip: Removing lawn from your park strip can save an estimated 5,000 – 8,000 gallons of water each year. Participants in this program can receive $1 per square foot for replacing the lawn in their park strip with a water-efficient design, or $1.25 per square foot if they attend a free park strip class.

Weekly Watering Resource Guide

Check the WEEKLY WATER RESOURCE GUIDE to help determine when and how much to water your lawn.

Bluffdale Water Conservation Plan

Schedule a FREE Water Check

Contact The Governor's Water Conservation Team (GWCT) to have a FREE water check!
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