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VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION NOW IN EFFECT
The City of Dayton is encouraging water customers to conserve water this Summer!
May 2018 was a very dry month, the 2nd driest on record, and our spring production is lower than last year. With your help, the City hopes to be able to provide adequate water throughout the summer with protecting our aquifer and avoiding water restrictions.
It's so simple to conserve water and dramatically help the environment... and your checkbook.
Saving water is good for the earth, your family, and your community.
Using water wisely means conserving it when you can, and not wasting it.
Did you know that less than 1% of the water on the Earth can be used by people? The rest is salt water or is permanently frozen and we can't drink it, wash with it, or use it to water plants.
Water is essential to life on earth. We need water to grow food, keep clean, provide power, control fire, and last but not least, we need it to stay alive!
If water is constantly being cleaned and recycled through the earth’s water cycle, why do we need to conserve it? The answer is that people use up our planet’s fresh water faster than it can naturally be replenished.
The City of Dayton will provide inclusive, responsive, efficient, and ethical municipal government services to facilitate the health, safety, and livability of our community.
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