The City of Georgetown is excited to announce the second annual Water Conservation Expo from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 24. in the Friends and Hewlett rooms at the Georgetown Public Library.
The expo aims to raise awareness about the importance of water conservation and native landscaping and to empower residents with the knowledge and resources to make a positive impact. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore informative exhibits, hear from experts in the field of water conservation on innovative methods, and discover practical strategies for conserving water in their homes and communities.
“We are excited to host the Water Conservation Expo and provide our community with the tools and knowledge to make an impact on water conservation,” said Tiffany Diaz, Georgetown Water Utility Regulatory and Conservation Manager. “This event is a great opportunity for residents to connect, learn practical tips, and explore conservation solutions from local vendors.”
During the come-and-go event, attendees will also have the chance to win door prizes, including a rain barrel.
The first 20 people to register for the expo will receive a complimentary at-home water conservation kit, packed with tools to kickstart their water-saving journey.
To register for the event, visit Bit.ly/GeorgetownWaterExpo. Don’t miss this chance to be a part of the effort toward a more sustainable and water-conscious community.