Lacey Invites Community to Take Part in Water Conservation Challenge
The City of Lacey invites its water customers to participate in the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. Through the end of April, the City’s water utility is engaged in a friendly competition with communities from across the nation to see which can become the most “water-wise.” Community members can take part in the challenge by signing a water-conservation pledge at MyWaterPledge.com.
“As a City leader dedicated to efficient use of natural resources, I encourage all community members to join Deputy Mayor Miller and me by taking part in the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation,” said Mayor Andy Ryder. “This annual campaign helps bring awareness to the importance of preserving Lacey’s valuable water resources and promoting conservation, which
is the most cost-effective way to sustain affordable water rates.”
Participants from winning cities will be eligible to win prizes, including the grand prize of a Toyota Highlander Hybrid for a charity organization in Lacey.
The Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation is sponsored by the Wyland Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, protecting, and preserving water resources. For more information, please contact Lacey Water Resources Specialist, Charlene McHendry, at (360) 491-5600, or WaterResources@ci.lacey.wa.us.