Santa Fe Water Conservation | Leak Alerts - SantaFe.com

Learn how to detect water leaks at your home so you can both conserve this precious resource and reduce your water bill. EyeOnWater, a smartphone app, can help! Learn more about how the City of Santa Fe Water Conservation Department can help you conserve water.

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Why Do We Have Water Conservation Rules and What Are They?
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Water conservation rules are a way for the city of Santa Fe to reduce per capita water demands. These rules require citizens and businesses to comply with water conservation regulations. The city offers financial incentives through the water rates structure for compliance and assesses fees for non-compliance. What are the outdoor water use rules? Irrigation and watering regulations Do not water between the hours of 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. between May 1 and October 31. Due to evaporation rates, … Read More

How to conserve water as a family and make it fun!
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When you download a copy of the City of Santa Fe’s Water Family Activities booklet, you and your children can learn why water is our most precious resource — and have fun in the process! A note for adults The water activity book is intended for families to do together. Through the various activities, families can learn how to conserve and protect water. The projects and information describe where our water comes from, how we can use it more sustainably, … Read More

New Mexico’s Water Conservation Future
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It’s no secret that sustainable access to water in New Mexico is crucial to our future. With the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency suggesting that 50 percent of water loss comes from outdoor water use, cities throughout the state are advocating innovative education for residents to consider new approaches to water conservation. Let’s see what communities around the state are doing to conserve water. Santa Fe Water Conservation “What makes Santa Fe unique is that we have developed a structure that … Read More