Water Conservation Plan survey closes with record number of responses
Lethbridge has spoken, and residents are fully tapped into local water conservation efforts.
The Water Conservation Plan survey closed on February 7 with nearly 4,000 responses, an all-time high for the Get Involved Lethbridge website. The results show a high level of community engagement on an important topic.
“We would like to thank everyone who took time to complete the survey,” says Mark Svenson, Manager of Engineering and Environment. “It is encouraging that an overwhelming majority of respondents indicated they are already aware of potential water shortages, while offering several good conservation ideas.”
Feedback on current practices and community interest for initiatives, such as low flow fixtures and Xeriscaping, will help inform the City’s Water Conservation Plan (WCP). The WCP will inform on both short-term and long-range planning, with strategies to combat water scarcity to follow. The WCP will be presented to the Assets and Infrastructure Standing Policy Committee in the coming months.
For Public Inquiries:
Call 311 | Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.