Introduction:

A special thanks to all the folks who came to the April Water Awareness events to learn more about WaterSmart Landscaping and water conservation in Prescott. We look forward to seeing you at other upcoming events throughout the year!

Community Information:

City of Prescott Rebate Program: Receive up to $400 for removing turf to install low water use landscaping.

Time of Day Watering Restrictions: Beginning April 15, extending through November 1, outdoor watering must occur between 8:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. daily.

Do you have a WaterSmart Landscape to share? Please do! Click here for more information.

Have questions for the City of Prescott Water Conservation Department? Click here to ask.

Upcoming Events

Yavapai Home and Garden Show: May 13-15

Monsoon Madness Plant and Yard Sale: July 9


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Best Time to Water

Water early for the best results.

Watering in the early morning (between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.) saves money and water, while keeping your plants and trees healthier.

Watering early when the sun is low and winds are calm:

• Helps reduce water loss from evaporation due to heat and wind.
• Improves soil absorption so water and nutrients get to plant roots, where it’s needed most.

How to use this website video


Additional Resources:

Prescott Creeks and the Creek Care Guide

Arizona Cooperative Extension: Yavapai Gardening

Harvesting Rainwater for Landscape Use

Conservation: Regional Water Awareness Handbook

WaterShed Smart Tips:

Scoop the poop in your yard, around town, or on the trails.

Pet waste is a source of E. coli bacteria and other microorganisms that cause contamination in our creeks and risks to human health. 

WaterSmart Tips:

Group plants with the same watering needs together to avoid overwatering some while under-watering others.

Water Knowledge Tips:

Stormwater runoff is flow from rain or snowmelt that does not percolate into the ground.