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The Inlander has researched commercial entities sucking the most water out of the Rathdrum Prairie-Spokane Valley Aquifer. Many of the businesses on this list are back from last year's list, but there are a few changes. For some, water conservation practices are kicking in. The Inlander Reports
In an effort to protect Spokane River stream flows and the aquifer, the city of Spokane and Spokane County unveiled plans to offer rebates to residents buying new Water Sense toilets or Energy Star washing machines to replace less-efficient appliances. The Spokesman Review reports.
Airway Heights water customers may no longer water their lawns between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. in June, July, August and September. The Spokesman Review Reports.
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The WSU-Coop. Extension Master Gardeners in Spokane will be offering specialty landscaping classes on four consecutive Saturdays starting Sept. 20
The mayor of spokane has proposed an ordinance to limit day time watering.
Open attached files to see what other programs and cities recommend for water savings.
When Mayor Mary Verner suggested regulating the free-reign of Spokane's summer sprinklers, it was the political equivalent of tossing a beehive on a paint shaker.
Water conservation includes ordinances by some area towns and cities to limit when sprinklers can be used.
Spokane Mayor Mary Verner, following the lead of Post Falls, has proposed watering regulations that would come with fines up to $125.