Water is a valuable resource, so it’s important that we work together to protect the water that helps our community thrive. Join us in conserving this shared resource.
Find out where our water comes from: In Jacksonville, we get our water from two sources: Big Butte Springs and Lost Creek Reservoir. Learn more about the path it takes to get to your faucet. >> Our Water
Save water in your yard: In Jacksonville, we use three times more water in the summertime! Find out how you can keep your yard looking beautiful with less water. >> Outdoor Water Conservation
Irrigate in the early morning and use only as much water as your plants need.
Check irrigation systems for leaks, broken lines, or blockages.
Make sure that your sprinklers water plants, not pavement.
Consider replacing areas of your lawn that are infrequently used (such as front and side yards) with native plants that need less water in the summer.
Use less water indoors: Upgrading water fixtures and changing habits can produce daily water savings. Get tips for conserving water in your household. >> Indoor Water Conservation
Install water-efficient showerheads, faucet aerators, toilets, and appliances.
Take 5-minute showers.
Check for leaks at all of your water fixtures and toilets.