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Water Conservation

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The City of Tyler is currently under Voluntary Water Restrictions until further notice. View our press release for more information, or call (903) 531-1234.

Purpose

Conservation Brochure thumbnailResidents of the United States use more water per person than any other country. On average, each family turns on a tap between 70 and 100 times daily. Using water more efficiently will not only save money, but more importantly, will help protect the quality of life for future generations.

With the vastness of the state, it's easy to forget two important facts about Texas: 1) we are subject to frequent droughts, and 2) our population is expected to double in the next 50 years.

The City of Tyler currently has ample water supplies for our residents for many decades to come. However, we should all strive to use the water we do have wisely!

Click the brochure at right for helpful tips on how you can help conserve this precious resource.

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