Conservation

A Message From Your Commissioners


By using water wisely, you can save money and help protect our environment. There are many ways to increase water efficiency in your home, such as detecting and fixing leaky faucets, installing high-efficiency clothes washers and toilets, and watering the lawn and garden with the minimum amount of water needed. Since watering the landscape with an automatic irrigation system is likely the single largest use of water in the home, you can dramatically improve water efficiency by using proper irrigation and scheduling techniques such as cycling the sprinklers.

Using water-saving techniques not only can save you hundreds of dollars per year but also can reduce the amount of pollutants entering rivers, lakes, and streams. In addition, efficient water use can reduce water and wastewater treatment costs and the amount of energy used to treat, pump, and heat water. And it could help to ease the burden on water resources during drought conditions.

Conserve Water & Reduce Water Bill Ideas


Please see information below for further ideas on how to conserve water and reduce your water bill.
Water Cycle
  1. Lisa Alexander

    Legal Assistant/Board Clerk
    Phone: 253-946-5420

    Lisa Alexander can answer  questions about submitting a Claim or making a Public Records Request, Water Conservation issues, or help with information about our public Board of Commissioner business meetings and/or related Agenda's and Minutes.   She is also the District's Registered Agent and is the main contact for Community events the District participates in.

    We recommend that you visit the following pages to find answers about these common topics: