Water Conservation in Gwinnett County
Lake Sidney Lanier is Gwinnett County’s water source. Gwinnett was one of the nation’s fastest growing counties during the 1970s and 1980s, and though the rate of growth has slowed, we are still growing. With more than 900,000 residents using water resources each day, conservation efforts are more important than ever. Lake Lanier is a vital part of the quality of life in Gwinnett and water conservation can help continue that quality of life now and for future generations.
Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources is your community partner and resource for water conservation. If you have questions or need more information about any of the conservation topics covered on our website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 678.376.6722.
Kickstart The Conservation Habit!
- Georgia Drought Rules
- TVGwinnett Video: Water Conservation Workshop
- California Urban Water Conservation Council: H2O House
- Alliance for Water Efficiency: Home Water Works
- HomeIntelligence Guide to Water Conservation
- Do it Yourself Household Water Assessment (PDF)
- County Administrator Administrative Decision - Water Conservation - June 18, 2009