Water Conservation News
Water Audit Season Officially Opens
The City of Lake Oswego Water Conservation Program is now taking appointments for water audits. Lake Oswego water customers whose water usage typically hit Tier 2 or 3 in the summer are strongly encouraged to call and set up an appointment. During the visit to your home or business, the City's Water Conservation Professional, Kevin McCaleb will assess your water using equipment both inside and outside your home; offering tips to help improve the way you manage your water. You will save money and water.
Residents that received an audit and followed through with some or all of the recommendations are enjoying summertime water savings exceeding 20% and more. If you have received an audit in previous years, you will not qualify for another.
This service is offered to any Lake Oswego water customer for free. To schedule an audit call Kevin at 503-675-3747.
Water Strategies to Help Lower Your Bills
June 20, July 11 or July 18
The City's Water Conservation Program will be offering classes to help rate payers control their watering costs. The class will focus on:
- Learning how to read your water meter
- Understanding your water bill
- Irrigation techniques
- Techniques on how to use the weather stations to manage outdoor watering on your property.
Preregistration is required. To sign up go to https://www.ci.oswego.or.us/publicworks/webforms/water-strategies-help-lower-your-bills. Fill out the form and submit it.
A minimum class registration of 15 will be required one week prior to scheduled day of class. You will be notified if your class is canceled.
Kevin McCaleb, Water Conservation Coordinator for the City of Lake Oswego is your featured instructor. Kevin is an authorized instructor for the National Irrigation Association, and teaches classes and seminars on these subjects regionally and nationally.