Celebrate Water Conservation Month with a “Shower Song” in April

Tuesday 11 April Celebrate Water Conservation Month with a “Shower Song” in April
Animated graphic of person taking shower

Taking a shower instead of a bath can save several gallons of water. And keeping your shower short can save even more. Here’s a fun and easy way to join the City of Port St. Lucie in celebrating Water Conservation month: Choose a shower song, and limit the length of your shower to the length of the song!

April is Water Conservation Month in Florida, and the City encourages residents to take part in its awareness campaign. To participate, go to the City’s Facebook page each Monday in April and look for the “Shower Song” graphic. Leave a comment telling us your favorite song. Submittals will be entered into a weekly drawing for a waterproof Bluetooth shower speaker. One winner will be announced each Friday in April.

This year marks the 19-year anniversary since April was first established as Water Conservation Month in Florida. This is a great opportunity to share the many ways we can all help conserve. Throughout the month, the Port St. Lucie Utility Systems Department will provide tips and information on the City’s website and social media handles about making simple changes to help save water.

Utility Systems has also created a Ways to Save webpage, which lists many ways to reduce your water use at home. Kids and teachers will find educational resources and materials on the new Education webpage, as well as a video for kids about the ways they can save water in the bathroom.

Port St. Lucie Utility Systems is dedicated to providing the highest possible level of support for its customers, as well as leading the water and wastewater utility industry by protecting our environment and natural water resources, and relying on innovative operating and maintenance processes.

Watch Water Conservation Month Proclamation Presentation

Download Water Conservation Month Proclamation

For more information, contact:
Jenny Tomes
Project Coordinator-Utility Outreach
(772) 871-5131