• Giving Thanks for Water

    November is a time for many of us to be thankful for our family, health, friends and community. We should also be thankful for the role water plays at every Thanksgiving celebration. Without water, the Thanksgiving feast would be nearly impossible to put together. A typical holiday meal for eight … Read more.

    Giving Thanks for Water
  • Irrigation Season Ends November 1st

    Saving water is always in season and should be a part of your regular winterizing routine this fall to help reduce your utility bill and protect our precious natural resource. As we head into cooler weather, remember your outdoor landscaping needs less water and to turn off all irrigation systems by … Read more.

    Irrigation Season Ends November 1st
  • Santa Fe Drops Water Use Below 100 Gallons

    In a report to the Office of the State Engineer, the City of Santa Fe announced that water customers have decreased average daily water use from 101 gallons per person per day (GPCD) in 2013 to 95 GPCD in 2014, a decrease of 6% and the first time the city has ever fallen below the 100 GPCD … Read more.

    Santa Fe Drops Water Use Below 100 Gallons
  • Welcome to Save Water Santa Fe

    Santa Fe water is too valuable to waste. The City’s Water Conservation Office is here to help. By using the calculator tools, incentives and tips on this website, you’ll help save water for future needs, save money, preserve the environment and delay costly new sources of water and infrastructure … Read more.

    Welcome to Save Water Santa Fe
  • Santa Fe Water Use

    The City’s Water Division publishes weekly water reports on how full our reservoirs are, how much water is being diverted from the Rio Grande, and how much water we’ve supplied our customers. Understanding how much we have is a valuable conservation tool. To learn more about our water use, click … Read more.

    Santa Fe Water Use
  • US Drought Monitor

    US Weekly Drought Monitor. Santa Fe’s average rain and snow precipitation is less than 14 inches a year.  The City of Santa Fe knows we can never relax about our water supply and has long-standing and successful drought management programs, making Santa Fe a national leader in water … Read more.

    US Drought Monitor
  • Water Sense Tips

    Don’t tell us, show us.  The City of Santa Fe has partnered with EPA’s WaterSense Program, one of the largest water conservation educational outreach programs in the nation.  Daily and seasonal tips are designed to show you how to use water wisely inside and outside your home or office. Click on … Read more.

    Water Sense Tips