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Longmont's Commitment to Conserving Water

We are committed to responsible, environmentally sound, and efficient use of its precious natural resources. The City and its customers recognize the importance of wise water use and water use efficiency as an essential component of the community’s culture – helping to maintain the local quality of life in a responsible, sustainable manner. 

Learn more in our Water Conservation Master Plan.


Conserving Water Outdoors

Visit this page to learn more about:

  • General tips for outdoor water conservation;
  • Voluntary lawn watering schedule programs;
  • Using Cycle Irrigation approaches to create a more drought-tolerant lawn;
  • How to get a FREE sprinkler inspection, attend a FREE Water-Wise Landscaping Seminar, or learn more about The Center for ReSource Conservation’s Garden in a Box program;
  • How to care for your trees during dormant and drought periods; and
  • What commercial properties can do to conserve water outdoors.

Conserving Water Indoors

Visit this page to learn more about:

  • The importance of water-saving devices;
  • How to get a FREE indoor water audit to identify leaks and learn easy, practical ways to make your home more water efficient from the City’s nonprofit partner, The Center for ReSource Conservation;
  • How to get rebates for energy-efficient appliances; and 
  • Easy tips to help you save more water.

Planning for Drought Conditions


Additional Resources

Boulder County

Colorado and Regional Information

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