Palm Bay Utilities Celebrates 20 Years of Water Conservation
2018 marks the 20-year anniversary since April was first established as Water Conservation Month in Florida. During this time, Florida section of American Water Works Association (FSAWWA ) has made great strides towards understanding the impacts of water efficiency and water conservation programs.
Each year, the FSAWWA works with the state governor and cabinet to proclaim, "April as Water Conservation Month". By adopting Water Conservation Month to our City Proclamations, we are letting everyone know just how important water efficiency and water conservation practices are to the City of Palm Bay.
Palm Bay Utilities will be out promoting water conservation by participating in the following activities:
- First Friday Event on March 2, 2018 starting at 5:00pm to give our FREE water conservation Kits, Water Bottles and color changing cups to drink from the tap, and more! Kids k-12 Create your own artwork for our Water Conservation Poster Contest! Come out to 4650 Dixie Hwy NE, Palm Bay, FL 32905 (Its at the corner of Port Malabar Blvd. and US1)
- The Art of sustainability Saturday March 3, 2018 from 10am-4pm at Palm Bay City Hall 120 Malabar Road Palm Bay, FL 32907. Come out to have fun in the sun and learn about ways you can save water and help our environment! Kids k-12 Create your own artwork for our Water Conservation Poster Contest!
- Spring Break Camps- The City of Palm Bay hosts Spring break Camps where Utilities will bring activities to share about water conservation and share some goodies! This is another great time to participate in the Water Conservation Poster Contest!