Thursday, December 2, 2021

Care and Repair DIY Sprinkler System Workshop

Summertime is here and water use is at its peak. Sprinkler systems that leak, or are improperly installed, may cause higher water bills or waste thousands of gallons of water.

On Saturday, August 24 from 9 – 10:30 a.m. the City will be hosting a free “Care and Repair DIY Sprinkler System Workshop” at the Bob Jones Nature Center located at 355 Bob Jones Rd. Water conservation expert Dr. Dotty Woodson, who recently retired from her role as Water Resources Program Specialist at Texas A&M University AgriLife Extension Service, will lead the class. She will be teaching how to show your sprinkler system some “summer lovin’” by repairing and maintaining our sprinkler systems.

Click here to register and save your seat! You will receive a water conservation bundle, containing a reusable canvas bag, a soil moisture meter, spray nozzles and more.

Here are some tips on how to reduce your water use:

  • Follow Water is Awesome Weekly Watering Advice to stay informed on the suggested lawn watering based on the current precipitation rates in our area. Remember to continue to follow the City’s watering schedule. Click here to sign up here.
  • Sign up for our W.I.S.E. Guys program to get a free sprinkler system evaluation and qualify to receive a $200 rebate on your water bill if you make any improvements to your system after the evaluation. Visit for more information.
  • Activate your Eye on Water account to set up alerts for leaks on your property by visiting