April is Water Conservation Month

The St. Johns River Water Management District believes that water is a basic and essential need of every living creature, and that clean and sustainable water resources are vital to Florida’s environment, economy and quality of life. The district is working with the state, other water management districts, local governments and water supply utilities to increase awareness about the importance of water conservation and to increase efforts to conserve water.

Thanks to the many partners who are joining us in proclaiming April as Water Conservation Month.

The following local governments have approved Water Conservation Month proclamations as of April 21, 2023.

City of Atlantic Beach
City of Belle Isle
City of Bunnell
City of Fernandina Beach
City of Flagler Beach
City of Fruitland Park
City of Green Cove Springs
City of Holly Hill
City of Jacksonville
City of Jacksonville Beach
City of Keystone Heights
City of Leesburg
City of Longwood
City of Macclenny
City of Mascotte
City of Melbourne
City of Minneola
City of Neptune Beach
City of Orange Park
City of Palatka
City of Palm Coast
City of St. Augustine
City of St. Augustine Beach

Town of Astatula
Town of Baldwin
Town of Callahan
Town of Glen St. Mary
Town of Grant Valkaria
Town of Hilliard
Town of Lady Lake
Town of Orchid
Town of Palm Shores
Town of Penney Farms

Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Indian River County
Lake County
Nassau County
Seminole County
St. Johns County
Volusia County

Clay County Utility Authority
Jacksonville Environmental Protection Board
Northeast Florida Regional Council Executive Committee
Orange County Utilities
Withlacoochee Regional Water Supply Authority