Water Efficiency

Check.  Measure.  Water.  Cycle.
  • Check your irrigation system every 1-3 years for leaks and broken sprinkler heads.  The W.I.S.E. Guys program can help you get started.  This program is offered at no cost and you may qualify for a rebate of up to $200.
  • Measure your system precipitation rate to find out how much to water.
  • Water with the weather to supplement nature.  When it rains, turn it off.  Turn off the irrigation system if your system doesn't have a moisture gauge.  When do I turn it back on?  Watch your plants and grass.
  • Use the cycle and soak watering method.  Apply one-half inch of water each irrigation application to reduce run off, improve root depth and increase water effectiveness.
Native and Adapted Plants
Use native and adapted plants for a beautiful and sustainable landscape.  Native and adapted habitats require less water, preserve and promote natural ecosystems and are essential to a healthy quality of life.
For a living example of native and adapted plants, visit:

Brian Stebbins Park
Southlake Town Square
351 Central Ave
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