Broward County Growing; Water Resources Strained.
Officials Join Partnership Program to Reduce Consumption
Broward County is the 18th largest county in the nation. While the County’s population continues to grow, our water supply does not. We depend on what rainfall and the Biscayne Aquifer gives us, and sometimes we’re left wanting.
That’s why Broward County’s Water and Wastewater Services Division has joined 17 other municipalities and water utilities as a member of the Broward Water Partnership’s Program. This multi-year program will have an aggressive media campaign to enhance awareness of water conservation to achieve the program’s goal to save water, save money, and save the environment.
The Partnership’s campaign will help to inform the various communities throughout the County about the importance of year-round water conservation to help meet today’s water demands as well as our future demands.
Residents throughout the program area have already proven that water conservation is important to them. Now, we are asking you to make water conservation part of your daily routine by taking the Water Conservation Pledge today. Please encourage your family, friends, neighbors and other residents to take the pledge too.
Although Broward County’s Water and Wastewater Services Division is not offering rebates through the Broward Water Partnership Program, they are continuing to provide a rebate program for their water customers. Click here to learn more about their rebate program.