During  Service Line Awareness Week, learn about water conservation methods that you can use at home and share with others to make a difference in your community!

As part of Service Line Awareness Week:

  • We will provide facts and figures to alert citizens of the seriousness of the water conservation issue.
  • We will provide educational materials to get people thinking, and help you demonstrate simple ways
    to improve water and conservation awareness.
  • We will provide print materials, social media items and website support.

TOGETHER, we can do the right thing for our city and our planet.


On average, 10 gallons per day of your water footprint (or 14% of your indoor use) is lost to leaks. Short of installing new water-efficient fixtures, one of the easiest, most effective ways to cut your footprint is by repairing leaky faucets and toilets.
Source: National Geographic

More than 30 percent of the nation is experiencing at least a moderate drought, making this one of the most severe water shortages in American history.
Source: Derek Prall, American City and County, 2014.

The average American lifestyle is kept afloat by about 2,000 gallons of water a day. This is twice the global average.
Source: National Geographic

Nearly 60% of a person’s household water footprint can go toward lawn and garden maintenance.
Source: National Geographic

Next Steps:

Choose one and do the right thing!

Please select which package you would like to receive and email your selection along with your city name, contact name and email address, to


Package 1

  • 1 poster
  • 500 flyers

Package 2

  • 2 posters
  • 1,000 flyers

Package 3

  • 5 posters
  • 1,500 flyers

Package 4

  • No posters
  • 500 flyers