Take control of your water use in your home, on your lawn and in your community. Save money with easy and effective water saving methods that fit your schedule and lifestyle. Using water is easy, saving it doesn't have to be hard.
Save water your way: make a pledge, become an ambassador, take a class, or just turn off the faucet. With all the ways to take action, saving is easy -- picking where to start might be a little harder but we can help!
It doesn't take much effort to save a lot. Take the Pledge and commit to one or more water wise actions to join the City in building our Water Supply.
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Water Saving Ambassadors help spread Water's conservation messages and inform neighbors about Thornton's conservation programs. Learn more about how to become an Ambassador on our Ambassador's page.
The City of Thornton offers many free services to help you take control of your water use. Services include: shower head exchange, home water use consultations, sprinkler consultations and more. See all of our free services and rebate offers on our rebates page.
An irrigation inspection is a series of tests on an underground lawn irrigation system that determines its efficiency. There is a limited amount of inspections available so don't wait, sign up today!
A water-check up is an indoor audit where your fixtures will be checked for leaks and inefficiencies. Upgraded showerheads and bathroom sink aerators are available upon request. There is a limited amount of inspections available so don't wait, sign up today!
Getting your students in involved in water conservation is easy and fun. Check out our classroom resources below.
In an effort to continue water conservation education, the Cities of Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster are working to provide Teachers with interactive materials they can use in their classroom. Find them here.
Since 2004, the Northglenn-Thornton-Westminster Water Festival has hosted more than 12,000 4th and 5th grade students in an effort to create water conscious kids. This exciting event will take place in the Spring of 2017.
The Water Festival engages students with topics such as water conservation, the history of Colorado water law, water chemistry, the water cycle, local water systems, aquatic wildlife and ecology. Students will have fun with hands on activities while learning about local and global water issues.
The Water Festival aims to provide a fun, educational experience for students, teacher and parents. To encourage participation, the Cities are covering the cost of the Water Festival and bus transportation. While planned for fifth grade classes, fourth grade classes may attend if the water festival is curriculum appropriate. Only one grade per school can attend.
To be a part of the 2016 Water Festival, Contact us at Water@ThorntonWater.com or call 720-977-6600.