It's Easy to do Your Part to Save
|Amount Saved:||10550 gallons per day|
Take a few minutes and pledge to Make Your Gallons COUNT! and find out how much
water you can save every day. The need to conserve water continues to be very important and we must establish sustainable habits now to ensure an adequate water supply for the future.
Pledge to Save Water and Make a Difference
In 2009 Redwood City used about 3.4 Billion gallons of water. If every person in
our community pledges to save just 10 gallons of water every day we can achieve
incredible water savings, and with a population over 80,000 that would be around
300 million gallons per year or 8.5% of all the water Redwood City used in 2009.
Saving Water Can Save You Money!
If you were to make multiple pledges in the chart below you could save dozens of
gallons every day. In one month that could add up to hundreds of gallons and
thousands of gallons in a year. That kind of savings would greatly benefit our
community and your pocket book too. You could save money each month on water
Make a Pledge Now!
You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to save water by changing just a few water
wasting habits. Take a look at the chart below, select the things you’ll pledge
to do, and you'll get in the habit of using less water every day. Make your
Pledge, and you can print a Water Saver Certificate, and your water savings will
be added to our running total. The more water you save, the more you benefit our
community, our environment, and our future water supply, so see how many ways
you can save water!
Visit Redwood City’s Water Conservation Webpage
for more ideas and tips on how to be water wise throughout your house, your
yard, and your place of business. This is a great, easy way to do your part to
save water right now, and help our community to be prepared to endure future.
Ask your family, friends, and neighbors to join you in Making Your Gallons
Email the Make Your Gallons Count
Challenge to a friend
|You are pledging to conserve 0 gallons a day!|
* Actual water savings depend on many factors, including water pressure, number of residents, age/efficiency of plumbing devices, landscape, irrigation systems, and others. These daily estimates for an average household are provided only as a guideline to help understand the potential water savings of taking these actions.