Water Conservation Program

Water Conservation saves money, preserves wildlife habitat and makes sure there is enough water for all uses. Review the pages herein to find out how you can save indoors, outdoors, and all around your home or business.

News & Announcements

Fix a Leak Week

March 18-24 is Fix a Leak Week, a great time to find and fix household leaks which waste more than one trillion gallons of water nationwide each year.

For more information, including how to get free leak detection kits, read more! 

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Winterization Tips

Be WaterWise this Winter Season

Prepare for winter by learning how to winterize your home with tips from the Regional Water Providers Consortium

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Water Leaks

Household water leaks can be a source of wasted water and additional expense. Common types of leaks found at the home are worn toilet flappers, dripping faucets, and faulty irrigation systems. These types of leaks can be simple to identify, and some can be easily fixed.

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Rebate Programs

The City offers rebates, devices, and tools that can help save thousands of gallons of water every year. Read more to discover the programs that will save money on water bills and conserve water. 

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Native Garden at the Iron Worker's Cottage

Did you know, in collaboration with the Preservation Society, the City built and maintains a native habitat garden at the Iron Worker's Cottage on Wilbur Street? Landscaping with native plants helps use less water and provides shelter and food for native wildlife. Stop by anytime to visit the garden! 

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Free Water Audits Available

One of the most important things a homeowner can do to save water is make sure equipment is functioning appropriately and efficiently.  The City offers free water audits to help community members find ways to use less water.  Water audits are performed during the spring and summer seasons when watering yards begin.

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Contact Information

Water Conservation
503-675-3747

Address:
City Hall, Second Floor
380 A Avenue, Lake Oswego

Water Treatment Plant
503-635-0394

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