April 2018 - Water Awareness Month &
National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation
As part of Arizona’s Water Awareness Month this coming April, we will be organizing free events to engage, educate, and inspire community members to be more water conscious. Because we live in a high desert, it is crucial to understand the importance of practicing mindful water use. Established by Executive Order in 2008, Water Awareness Month is a call to become more aware of our habits and determine where we can reasonably reduce their water use.
Help us defend the title by pledging to do your part for water conservation with the Wyland National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation.
Please join us! Friday April 6th 5-8pm for First Friday Artwalk at Firecreek Coffee Co. Art Contest winning submissions will be displayed alongside Coconino HS art and we'll kick off Water Awareness Month 2018!
Other events for APRIL: Water Awareness Month 2018
Public tours of the Rio de Flag Water Reclamation Facility - Saturday, April 14th - 11am & 12:30pm
Rainwater Harvesting Workshop 1pm at Earth Day Festival - April 21st @ Bushmaster Park
Tabling Events Around Town - Come meet Water Conservation staff members, get FREE water saving devices, learn about water conservation, and TAKE THE PLEDGE to conserve water!
More info coming soon!
Join Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans in defending our title in the
National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation!