Water Conservation


What's happening in water? ​​Gilbert students learned about water conservation while saving taxpayer’s money with a hands-on learning assignment at Gilbert Town Hall. 6th graders from Settler's Point Elementary performed a water audit of municipal building faucets, replacing older aerators with water-efficient ones, saving the Town over 100,000 gallons of water a year. Read more about this great effort here. For more water conservation tips and news, subscribe to our monthly newsletter


WaterConservationeNotification-ButtonWater conservation is important, especially in the Sonoran Desert where average annual rainfall totals 7 inches a year. The Town of Gilbert offers various programs and resources for residents, businesses, and schools to encourage and assist in water conservation efforts.





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