Miami-Dade County's Water Conservation Program seeks to promote a water-saving ethic among residents, visitors and businesses.
Learn about incentives that help reduce water use and lower your water bill.
Residents can receive rebates for the purchase and installation of high-efficiency toilets, faucets and showerheads.
Businesses are able to apply for water-efficient toilet rebates, as well as exchange showerheads and obtain faucet aerators for free.
Miami-Dade hotels and motels can receive a rebate with the purchase and installation of high-efficiency toilets, as well as request other free fixtures.
Water leaks are a significant source of water use in a home. Not all leaks are visible and may be underground or concealed. Find ways to find leaks and repair them.
Find out more ways to save water in the kitchen, bathroom and laundry room.
Take steps each day to save water and protect the environment by choosing WaterSense-labeled products in your home and yard.
Reduce your yard's water use by requesting a free landscape irrigation evaluation. You may qualify to receive rebates.
Homeowners are encouraged to install plants naturally suited to South Florida's climate conditions.
Installing a rain barrel is an inexpensive way to capture and store rain water that can be used to irrigate your plants. Attend a free workshop.
Be sure to get rid of fats, oils and grease the right way. Can it. Cool it. Trash it.
All Miami-Dade County elementary school students from kindergarten through fifth grade are encouraged to submit an entry illustrating the importance of conserving water.
Residents who upgrade to high-efficiency toilets, faucets and showerheads may qualify to save money while conserving water.
Learn about which items not to flush down the toilet.
We provide water and wastewater services directly to more than 400,000 retail customers and indirectly through wholesale (municipal) utilities. These services include water supply, transmission, treatment, distribution, conservation, wastewater collection, treatment, disposal and water reclamation.
You can pay your water bill online, through the mail or at any of our three customer service centers or a number of private payment centers located throughout Miami-Dade County.
Developers rely on our review and approval of plans, including system points of connection, water and wastewater service agreements, new mains conveyance and meters.
There are currently dozens of projects underway to enhance and upgrade our infrastructure utilizing state-of-the-art technology. This will create new jobs and increase service capacity that will support opening more businesses in the community.