Conservation is a way of life
Centennial Water has implemented a number of measures to encourage customers to conserve
water including its water budget tiered rate structure, outdoor watering restrictions, and promotion of low-water use landscapes. As Colorado's population continues to grow, so does the demand on water resources, reinforcing the importance of making water conservation a way of life. Steps we take now will better equip us to handle future water demands.
As seasons change, we may experience dry fall and winter conditions. It is important to remember it's ok for our lawn to turn brown, it's natural for it to become dormant during fall and winter months. And a layer of mulch goes a long way. Mulch retains moisture which aids during dry months, and helps keep the ground warm when the temperatures cool.
There are many tips to follow when considering how to conserve on outdoor watering. For more tips,