Springfield Utility Board

Saving Water

On any given day, only about three percent of tap water in Springfield is used for drinking. The rest is used for landscaping, bathing, household chores and recreation and other activities. Luckily, saving water is more a matter of habits than high-tech gadgets. Here are some tips to get you started. Click the following headings for more info.

Watering your Lawn

Landscaping Tips

Kitchen

Laundry

Bathroom

General Conservation Tips

Hot Weather Program

Water Advisories

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