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 … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
City Outdoor Time-of-Day Watering Restrictions Begin May 1 Outdoor Watering Prohibited between 10 am and 6 pm and no more than three times a week. May 1, 2013__ With water restrictions going into effect in May, city water managers want to remind … Read More
Have you ever wondered how much water you use in your home and landscape or how water and energy are connected? Explore our interactive tools and learn how to use water more efficiently each and every day. Water Budget Calculator … Read More
A picture is worth a thousand words. Photos can help you better imagine beautiful xeriscape gardens, irrigation methods, our water resources and how we are teaching children to save water. Link to our photo gallery here.
Santa Fe May 3, 2013 — A third grader from La Mariposa Montessori is the grand prize winner of the 10th Annual Children’s Water Conservation Poster Contest, the City of Santa Fe Water Conservation Office announced today. Click image to read more.
SANTA FE__The City of Santa Fe is proud to announce its involvement in the second annual National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. Starting in the month of April, Santa Fe has entered into a friendly community-based competition between cities across the nation to see who can be the most “water wise”.
SANTA FE, March 13, 2013—The City of Santa Fe Water Conservation Office is asking city residents to help hunt for the “Bad Flapper,” the symbolic villain of water-wasting household leaks, as part of the city’s promotion of national Fix a Leak Week, March 18-24, 2013
SANTA FE- City water resource managers and decision-makers have been monitoring the drought conditions for the past two years. City water resources staff has kept up to date on the recent snowpack, reservoir levels and adverse weather conditions.