Water conservation and education programs

Fix a Leak Week visit www.epa.gov/watersense/fixaleak

The average home wastes nearly 10,000 gallons of water per year from easy-to-fix household leaks – that’s equivalent to washing 300 loads of laundry! In just 10 minutes, you can check your house for easy-to-fix leaks from your toilet to showerheads to appliances and outdoor faucets. 

During Fix a Leak Week, March 20-26, take the 10-minute Challenge to stop leaks at home. EPA WaterSense has some great resources to help assist you and check out the resources below to get started! 

Rectangle image of bathroom with leaky faucets, showerheads and toilets pointed out.

For utility customers

The regional water conservation program or Water Use Efficiency (WUE) program is planned and implemented in 10-year cycles for customers in Everett's water service area (PDF) and is part of Everett's Comprehensive Water Plan. The current conservation plan is current through 2031.

Conservation items are popular and supplies don’t last long. Get yours today! Items are available while supplies last. View or download documents related to water conservation:

For customers who receive their water from one of the providers served by Everett water , you must contact your water provider directly for free conservation products.

Looking for more information on how you can conserve water? Contact Apryl Hynes, Senior Public Works Public Information & Education Specialist, email or 425-257-8992. 

School program

The City of Everett offers an array of popular, free classroom workshops for schools located in the Everett water service area (PDF). Workshops are suitable for students in grades 2 through 12. 

Elementary & middle school (PDF)

High school (PDF)

For the Water You Know program, download the Water You Know Workbook (PDF).

Call 1-800-227-0977 or email waterworkshops@triangleassociates.com to register. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

Teaching kits 

Stormwater and water conservation kits can be checked out and are great for 4-H groups, Boy & Girl Scout troops, Camp Fire groups and other community groups. View or download the teaching kits (PDF) flyer. 

Contact Apryl Hynes, Senior Public Information & Education Specialist, email or 425-257-8992 to reserve a kit or for more information.