The Water Tower can be found at the Peoria City Hall through the month of June.

How do you get the word out to over 3-million people that water conservation is important? You work together! That’s why fifteen cities, water providers and associations have partnered together to promote the unexpected, but highly effective, water-saving devices featured in the Water – Use It Wisely conservation campaign.

You can’t miss the 136-gallon water tower that travels from city to city reminding, and in many cases shocking, consumers with the fact that they use this much water every day. Campaign water partners are showcased on TV sharing water-saving tips. They offer xeriscape classes, work with students in the classroom, assume the voice of conservation at public events, and host the industry’s most visited website.

Arizona’s Water – Use It Wisely coalition members share a commitment to sustaining our most precious resource by reducing our water use. Learn more about how to join the cause or create your own water conservation campaign.

Regional Water – Use It Wisely Campaign Partners. From left to right: Pete Smith, Tempe; Mary Lu Nunley, Phoenix; Joanne Toms and Brad Tarraut, Glendale; Dale Ohnmeiss, Scottsdale; Esmie Avila, Avondale; Alan Dulaney, Peoria; Elisa Klein, Scottsdale; Andy Lombardo, Peoria; Cathy Rymer, Chandler; Carol Ward-Morris, AMWUA; Leeann Spahos, SRP; Sally Ceccarelli-Wolf, EPCOR Water; Jo Cook, AMWUA; Raymond Rees, Fountain Hills; London Lacy, Surprise; Donna DiFrancesco, Mesa. Partners not present, Global Water and Connie Speelman-Harris, Queen Creek.

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