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Outdoor Conservation

Lawn irrigation in Florida represents the largest use of water from municipal water supplies. Additionally, fertilizers and pesticides used on lawns are major sources of water pollution.

When was the last time your irrigation system had a checkup? Are those pipes leaking? Are your sprinkler heads pointed in the wrong direction? These landscape and irrigation programs, guidelines, tips — and rebates — will help turn your yard into a lush, landscaped wonder.

Water Restrictions

In Miami-Dade County, watering outdoors is not allowed from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

Residents and businesses with odd-numbered street addresses can water on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Those with even-numbered addresses can water on Thursdays and Sundays.

Landscape Irrigation Evaluations

Individual homeowners, as well as homeowner and condominium associations, can have their landscapes evaluated in order to improve their property's water efficiency. In turn, valuable rebates are available to eligible residents for retrofit work completed after an evaluation.

Water-Wise Landscaping

Get tips and resources about how to properly cultivate a healthy landscape -- such as tips on the best plants to grow in Florida.

Rain Barrels

Want to discover a clever way to store rainwater that can be used to water your yard and plants? Attend the next rain barrel workshop, hosted by the Miami-Dade County Cooperative Extension. You'll save on your water bill and help the environment!

Submeters

By installing a submeter, you will be able to water your lawn and fill your pool without paying a sewer charge for the water used.

New Construction Landscape Requirements

Read landscape rules in effect for any new construction projects.

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