Water Conservation

SAVE WATER SANTA FE

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The Santa Fe Water Conservation Office is recognized nationally for its innovative water conservation efforts. Established in 1997, the Water Conservation Program has paved the way for a water wise city, resulting in a community that’s committed to continually reduce its annual water consumption. The Water Conservation Office remains dedicated to establishing programs that encourage and incentivize residential and commercial customers to save water, as well as educate youth about the importance of water conservation.

For more water conservation resources visit SaveWaterSantaFe.com.

REPORT WATER WASTE

To report water waste call the Santa Fe Water Conservation Hotline: (505) 955-4222

STAFF DIRECTORY

Christine Chavez
Water Conservation Manager
(505) 955-4219
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Caryn Grosse
Water Conservation Specialist Sr
(505) 955-4221
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Lisa Larranaga
Water Conservation Specialist
(505) 955-4223
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Patricio Pacheco
Water Conservation Education & Compliance Specialist
(505) 955-4220
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CONTACT

Santa Fe Water Conservation Office
(505) 955-4225
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OFFICE HOURS

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Closed Saturday, Sunday & most Federal holidays 

 

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