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2017 Water Awareness Month

Water Awareness Month - April 2017April is Water Awareness Month in Arizona! Check out our fun, educational events... and don't forget to sign the Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation!

Events in and around Flagstaff

April 1–2: Water Conservation Program kiosk at the Flagstaff Mall promoting the Mayor’s Water Conservation Challenge and Water Awareness Month events and activities.

April 7: Water Awareness Month Kickoff at City Hall for First Friday Art Walk starting at 5 pm. This will launch the Mayor’s Water Conservation Challenge including an art showcase featuring local artists, and Vice Mayor Jamie Whelan speaking about water topics important to the Flagstaff City Council as well as several water awareness short film screenings. 

April 15: Public tour of the Rio de Flag Water Reclamation Plant (RSVP required) and a Flagstaff Urban Trail EcoWalk. The Rio tour features the treatment processes and equipment plus organization representatives will be on-site to provide information about the Flagstaff Urban Trail System, wetlands and wildlife areas. Call (928) 213-2116 or click here to RSVP for the Rio de Flag Reclamation Plant tour.

Arizona WAM

April 21: Rainwater Harvesting Workshop at Warner’s Nursery, 4pm-5pm.

April 22: Earth Day at Heritage Square, 11am to 2pm. Visit the Water Conservation Program booth encouraging residents to take an online pledge for the Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation and learn about water production, treatment and conservation in the City of Flagstaff.

April 29–30: Water Conservation Program kiosk at the Flagstaff Mall promoting the Mayor’s Water Conservation Challenge and Water Awareness Month events and activities.