Water Watch Info Line: (727) 892-5300
This is an automated phone line with information on current watering restrictions. If you wish to report a suspected violation of the current watering restrictions, you may leave an address and detailed information.
If you have questions about the Water Resources Department and its programs, or would like literature on water conservation, please email WaterDept@stpete.org or call us at (727) 893-7261.
Speakers for Programs
To obtain a speaker for a community organization call (727) 893-7261 or email WaterDept@stpete.org
Partners in Water Conservation
The Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) is responsible for water resource management in west-central Florida.
Tampa Bay Water is the region's drinking water supplier.
If your water bill comes from Pinellas County, you can find information on available publications, and rebate and give-away programs by visiting Pinellas County Utilities or by calling (727) 464-4000.
Water Conserving, Environmentally-Friendly Landscapes
The Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Program is designed to assist and guide residents to conserve water in the landscape and make positive changes in the environmental quality of their yards, neighborhoods, and surrounding waterways. It is a hands-on community outreach program that teaches and implements the principles of Environmental Landscape Management. To learn more call (727) 453-6524 or visit Pinellas County FFL.
To obtain horticultural information specific to Pinellas County and answers to plant questions, contact the Pinellas County Extension office by calling (727) 582-2110 or visiting Horticulture at Pinellas County Extension Service.
The Community Water-Wise Awards Program recognizes individuals and businesses that are committed to conserving our water resources and protecting the environment by using Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ principles, as well as water wise irrigation techniques. Visit Tampa Bay Water Wise.
The local chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society promotes the preservation, conservation, and restoration of native plants and native plant communities of Florida through public education. Find more information, visit the Pinellas Chapter Website.
Learn How to Be Floridian! This fun-loving group never fertilizes in the summer because fertilizing in the rainy season pollutes our beautiful bays, lakes and the Gulf of Mexico.
Be Floridian is a campaign that asks residents to use fertilizer properly and only when necessary, in order to protect the bays, oceans and rivers that make living in Florida fun! It is sponsored by the Tampa Bay Estuary Program in partnership with Pinellas, Manatee and Sarasota counties, the cities of Tampa and St. Petersburg, as well as all gardening fans that celebrate the uniqueness and diversity of Florida!