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.


Saving Water Helps Salmon and People

When you conserve water, you’re saving money on your water bill and keeping more water in the rivers and streams for salmon. Here are some ways to save:

  • Build healthy soil – use 1-4 inches of mulch to help the soil hold water longer, so you can water less often.
  • Wash full loads of laundry to save water, energy and your time.

It’s especially important to save water in the summer and fall months, when stream flows are lowest. We’ve partnered with Salmon SEEson to help you see salmon returning home to our local streams this fall. View sighting dates and locations.


Free fall classes

Check out our fall Savvy Gardener and local nursery classes on sustainable gardening topics.


Shorter days mean water less

It’s cooler at night and the daylight hours are shorter, which means water less. If it's raining, turn it off.


Rebate for irrigation timers

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


$100 Toilet rebates

A great way to save.

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