Your Water.
Your Money.
Your City.
Lancaster, you can help Save It!

Lancaster City needs to save 750 million gallons of water annually from entering its combined sewer system to preserve clean drinking water, avoid costly fines and continue to build a healthy, vibrant community.  Join our list serve and stay informed!

Water Heroes

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Baby Steps:

I've got 5 minutes,
What can I do?

  • Take a shower instead of a bath
  • Turn off water while brushing teeth
  • Tell your friends!

Big Steps:

I've got 5 hours,
What can I do?

  • Install a rain barrel
  • Plant a native tree
  • Disconnect your downspouts

Giant Steps:

I've got 5 days,
What can I do?

  • Install a green roof
  • Set up a cistern
  • Plant a rain garden

What's New?

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Through the Upstream/Downstream program led by the Lancaster County Conservancy two middle school classes (Martic Middle School in Manor Township and Wheatland Middle School in the School District of Lancaster) spent a half day touring green infrastructure projects in Lancaster … Continue reading

Public Art Takes Center Stage

Public art takes center stage at Rodney and Crystal Park’s.  In addition to numerous stormwater enhancements at both parks public art has been incorporated helping to make each park experience unique.  Crystal Park includes a cistern pump which indicates how … Continue reading

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