Play Splash, a game where water matters, starting March 1. Players can show their knowledge of conservation, climate change and sustainability. Quizzes and quests are designed for every age. You earn points for correct answers and engagement. Every point is an entry into win. The first-place winner will receive $500, second place will receive $250 and third place $150. The winner will also be included in an animation, a cartoon and coloring sheet.
It’s almost time to play Splash to win cash and prizes. Visit ConservationPays.com and sign up today for early notices on the game and for code words to help you advance faster. We’ll let you know when the game is ready to play—March 1. If you don’t play, you can’t win. Sign up today.
The City of Deerfield Beach and the Broward Water Partnership is here to help. We are offering $100 rebates to replace old toilets with new, high-efficiency models. And, we’re giving out free water-saving devices, like faucet aerators and showerheads. Now that’s two thumbs up! You must bring your old showerhead in order to receive a new showerhead; however, you do not need to bring us your old aerators. We are also offering pre-rinse spray valves to commercial businesses. The showerheads and aerators may be picked up at the Utility Billing counter in City Hall, 150 NE 2 Avenue, and at the Utilities Maintenance Division located at 200 Goolsby Boulevard.
Rainy season is here! It’s hard to remember to save water when it’s so wet outside. But, as we know, the new normal means spending more time at home. This equals more toilet flushes, more dishes washed, and more items down the drain. The result is higher water usage and higher bills. That’s two thumbs down! The City of Deerfield Beach and the Broward Water Partnership are here to remind you of the ways you can save water and protect our water resources while spending time at home. You can take shorter showers, run full loads of dishes and laundry, and turn off the water while brushing your teeth. Make sure you’re only watering your lawn on the correct days for your address and when you really need it. You can even try catching some of the rainwater in pots or jars to water your indoor plants! What will save even more water is making small upgrades to your home. Watch the Water Whiz animation for more ideas.