The City of Ventura wins 1st Place in the 2016 Wyland National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation
During the month of April we encouraged the community to participate in the 5th annual National Mayor’s challenge, an awareness campaign to elevate the importance of water conservation through a friendly nation- wide competition….and you responded….and we won!
The Wyland Foundation recently announced the five winning cities and the city of Ventura has won 1st place in the population category 100,000 to 299,999 residents.
Residents from 4,100 participating cities across the country made online pledges to reduce their water use in the home, on the landscape, and ultimately as a lifestyle. Of the cities in its size category, Ventura had the highest percentage of community members make water saving pledges. Overall Ventura residents pledged to save 26,325,903 gallons of water the equivalent of approximately 40 Olympic size swimming pools!
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