Water Saving Tips

We are in this journey long term. Let's ensure water is never limited for future generations together.

We value water.

From taking a shower to making our plants stay healthy and green, there's no getting around that the fact that we need water every day to survive. However, sometimes we take this limited resource for granted.

A lot of people are not aware that we are literally drinking the same water the dinosaurs drank. No one is “making” new water. Additionally, the population in the northern Fort Bend County area is growing quickly. What does this mean? It means we have the same water, but with more people.

What can we do?

There’s a lot you can do around the household to help preserve water for generations to come, all while saving money on your water bill and doing your part to prevent subsidence. Let's explore how to be more conscious of your water usage in and out of your home.

In, Out, All Around

Water Saving Tips Inside The Home

Inside the Home

Whether old or new, there is something you can do to save water.

Water Saving Tips Outside Water Usage

Outdoor Water Usage

Studies show that up to 50% of the water we use outdoors in hopes of improving our landscapes is not needed. Learn more here.

Water Saving Tips Native Add Plants

Native and Adaptive Plants

We love our plants, they bring joy to life. Keep beauty and color in your landscape all while saving water.

“One thing about water – it’s just like land, they’re not making any more of it so we have to conserve as much water as we can.”

Water Force Al

Al White

Water Force Member

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