Castle Rock is a community that understands conservation. As the Town moves forward with its long term water plan, Castle Rock Water has set a goal to cut back 18 percent of water use by 2055. With that goal in mind, Castle Rock Water and Mayor Jennifer Green are encouraging residents to take conservation to the next level.
The Mayor’s Conservation Challenge is encouraging residents throughout Castle Rock to think about ways to conserve more water around their homes. Join this call to conserve by taking a free online conservation pledge.
While the pledge only takes a few minutes to complete, fulfilling the pledge could add up to big savings for our community. Pledge to take a shorter shower, fix that leaky faucet, wash only full loads of laundry or invest in Energy Star appliances.
Head to CRconserve.com/WaterPledge now through Monday, April 30 to take the pledge. Each pledge increases Castle Rock’s rank nationally. Help our Town make it into the top 10 water-conscious communities in the nation for the third year in a row.
The Town is partnering with the Wyland Foundation, as well as the National League of Cities, EPA Office of Water and the U.S. Forest Service to encourage residents around the country to take the online pledge.
Participants are also eligible for a host of prizes worth more than $50,000 sponsored by the Wyland Foundation – including $5,000 off your utility bill!
Get more information and take the pledge at CRconserve.com/WaterPledge.
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