The City of Lafayette delivers no-cost and affordable Waterwise outdoor water conservation programs for your home through our partnership with local non-profit Resource Central.
In 2022, three programs will be available for residents:
- Lawn Removal
- Check out the Lawn Removal program for discounts when a section of lawn is removed. It couldn’t be any easier! Simply plan your xeric project, choose your discounts, and apply. You will receive a phone consultation with Resource Central and then be prepared to remove your lawn.
- Please note, lawn removal is only available to those residents planning a low-water use yard.
- Garden In a Box
- Garden kits that are professionally designed for Front Range yards, easy to install, and can help you save around 7,300 gallons of water over the garden’s lifetime. These kits are beautiful and adorable. Plus, Lafayette residents receive a $25 discount with kits starting at $119.
- Limited kits are available. View this year's selection and be sure to apply beginning March 1.
- Slow the Flow
- Sprinklers need the occasional check-up to make sure they're watering lawns as efficiently as possible. Schedule a consultation for a free outdoor irrigation system evaluation. Irrigation audits are also available for homeowner associations (HOA) and commercial buildings.
- Evaluations last about 75 minutes per household and can help save thousands of gallons of water each year. Sign up to schedule your free irrigation system evaluation with Resource Central.
These programs are designed and encouraged to be conducted together to maximize water savings. Please note, space is limited for each program and you must register to secure your participation at resourcecentral.org/h2ownit.
Register for upcoming water conservation webinars
Learn more about the City's Water Conservation programs by attending Resource Central's live webinars. The webinars are through Zoom.
Register today to reserve your spot. Space is limited.
- Thursday, Feb. 3, from 6-8pm: Lafayette's Waterwise Yards Program
- Friday, April 22, from 6-8pm: Earth Day - Feed the Pollinators, Feed the Earth