City of Henderson's Commitment to Water Conservation
Before asking our citizens to cut back on water use, the City of Henderson looked for ways to conserve. For example, the Fire Department uses special hose nozzles that use less water than regular nozzles but are just as effective in fighting fires. City facilities take advantage of low-flow faucets and toilets. The Parks and Recreation Department created a comprehensive Drought Response Plan that has reduced its water use by nearly 50 percent since 2002. View more details on the Parks and Recreation Department's water conservation efforts, or call 702-267-4000.
Water Conservation Presentations
Using water more efficiently seems like an easy thing to do, but sometimes it can be hard to know where to begin, and what you can do to make the biggest impact. The city's water conservation experts are available to make a presentation to any Henderson-based business organization, community or social group. You will learn how to properly and efficiently irrigate your landscaping, and in the process lower your water bill and avoid water waste. You will also learn the current status of our community's water resources and what water use restrictions are presently in place. Call 702-267-2516
to request a group presentation.
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