In St. Petersburg every resident, visitor, and business plays a role in conserving our precious water resources. St. Petersburg’s Water Conservation Program assists customers with their efforts by providing publications, incentive programs, presentations, and giveaway items.
Since 1986, potable water use has fallen from forty-one (41) to approximately twenty-eight (28) million gallons per day – about a 32% Reduction! Please utilize the links below to learn more about water conservation in St. Pete!
Current Conservation Programs
Learn more about the valuable programs available.
Conservation of water in the home not only saves water, it also saves the energy used to process and distribute the water
Learn how a well-designed and adequately maintained landscape and sprinkler system could save water, time, energy, and money.
Calculate Your Water Ways
This interactive document will allow you to understand your consumption, both indoors and outdoors. After calculating your family's water use patterns, you can begin to conserve in ways that work best for your lifestyle.
The annual Community Water-Wise Award is awarded in all property categories to those that have created attractive, water-efficient landscapes.
Find information on obtaining speakers, youth and educator materials and activities, and environmentally-friendly landscapes.
Register your private irrigation well for free. Registering will assist staff to correctly enforce watering restrictions during droughts, as well as identify favorable locations for future irrigation wells.
Are You & Your Family Water-Wise?
Even simple, inexpensive changes, such as altering water use habits, can make a difference! Water conservation specialists are available to speak with community associations and other groups on topics that include indoor and outdoor water conservation, leak detection, reclaimed water use, micro-irrigation, sprinkler system checkups, and Florida-Friendly Landscaping™.
For details on Twice-a-Week watering restrictions and other ways to save water visit Watering Restrictions.