Water Conservation Program

The City of Stuart adopted a 20 Year Water Conservation Initiative in January 2008. The City of Stuart's drinking water supply comes from the Surficial Aquifer, a source of limited supply. Conservation has proven to be the most cost effective and quickest way to meet the South Florida Water Management District's (SFWMD) permit requirements.

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2-Day-A-Week Year Round Water Conservation Measures 

Water Conservation Poster Contest Winners 2016

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Water Conservation Flat Sammi Game

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Waterplant Tours with  Students

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