Smart Irrigation Month
Rebates and Best Practices

​The ​NatureScape Irrigation Service (NIS) provides expert advice for our municipal partners and residents.* Services include on-site system evaluations, comprehensive reports and recommendations that improve overall efficiency /sustainability-  saving water,  reducing pollutant run-off and keeping canals and water bodies clean in our urban areas.
*applies to WWS customers

Qualifying homeowners in partner areas can apply for rebates when installing EPA WaterSense-labeled timers and other water efficient system components that can save thousands of gallons (and dollars.)

Learn more...

 ​For more information, contact NIS staff at 954-519-1273 or 954-519-1258.​​​


Observe the mandatory Irrigation Restrictions and use your irrigation system only when needed on your allowed days.  

  • Cap off sprinkler heads that are watering mature established trees or shrubs.

  • Test your system - run each zone once a month to check for geysers, other visible breaks, or clogged/blocked heads.

  • Use the same brand and model sprinkler head in each zone (otherwise your distribution of water may be uneven, requiring additional watering time.)

  • ​​​​​Have a functioning rain shut-off device and replace if it is more than 3 years old (the cork inserts are ineffective after just a few years; a new device is about $30 at most hardware stores.)

  • Speak to an irrigation professional about upgrading your irrigation system to include a soil moisture or evapotranspiration (ET) sensor (these are superior and last much longer than rain sensors, but cost a bit more.)​