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While North Bend and the greater Puget Sound region experienced a wetter and cooler than normal start to summer, the dry, warm season is now in full swing in the Snoqualmie Valley.
The upcoming hot weather forecast is a good reminder of the importance of water conservation to help protect the Snoqualmie River.
In June the North Bend City Council adopted a Water Conservation Ordinance as an effort to be good stewards of the environment and preserve a limited natural resource. The city’s goal is to effect water conservation through education.
During the driest months – typically mid- August through mid- October - much of the additional water used by residents is for outdoor needs. There are some simple things homeowners can do to conserve water, help the environment and lower their water bills. These tips can be implemented outdoors during the dry months and indoors all year long.
The City of North Bend is committed to water conservation and protecting the surrounding natural beauty of the Snoqualmie Valley. The City Council thanks residents for their contribution to this city-wide effort that it believes will become a conservation example across the region.
Tips to Conserve Outdoor Water Use:
Tips to Conserve Indoor Water Use: