The Saving Water Partnership is a group of local water utilities in Seattle and King County working together to help customers save water and money.

The information on this website will help you save water at your home, in your yard and garden, and at your business or organization.


Teachers - Free classes

The Saving Water Partnership sponsors Nature Vision, a non-profit partner, to bring in-classroom environmental education programs to students. These programs get great reviews from teachers and students.

  • Free 45-minute classes that meet Washington state science standards
  • Classes for grades K-12

Register for these programs through Nature Vision. Programs are offered first come, first served.

Saving water helps salmon

It's Salmon SEESon! Here’s a great way to see why it’s important to save water. View sighting dates and locations.


Plant in fall?

Yes! Plants grow roots and make use of the rain – instead of your sprinkler - when planted in the fall.


Fall leaves are garden gold

Use fall leaves to mulch your garden beds, shrubs, and trees for the winter.

Rebate for irrigation timers

If you have an automatic irrigation system, get up to a $100 rebate for a WaterSense timer.


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