As part of regional and local efforts to protect and conserve our water source, North City Water District will adopt new 2019-2028 Water Use Efficiency Goals at an Open Public Meeting of the Board of Commissioners.
Tuesday, July 16th at 3:00 pm
At our main headquarters
1519 NE 177th Street in Shoreline
As part of regional and local efforts to protect and conserve our water source, North City Water District has set the following two goals for meeting Water Use Efficiency, which will be adopted at an Open Public Meeting of the Board of Commissioners on July 16, 2019:
1. Local, District-Specific Goal
North City Water District will continue to provide comprehensive community awareness and education about water conservation, water issues, and the District’s involvement in these efforts.
2. Regional, Customer-Driven Goal
North City Water District is part of the Saving Water Partnership—a regional partnership of local water utilities in Seattle and King County working together to help customers save water and money. North City Water District will continue to uphold their regional goal of keeping the total average annual retail water use under 110 million gallons per day through 2028, despite forecasted population growth.
During 2011-2018, we achieved our target goal of 105 million gallons per day average annual per capita use—thanks to our customers’ outstanding participation! Looking forward, we’re eager to see what we can achieve together over the next ten years.
Come learn more about our regional and local water conservation plans and provide your input on our new local and regional Water Use Efficiency Goals!