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Just Mulch It

Need an alternative to bagging your lawn clippings? Try mulching it. This beneficial practice can help provide much-needed nutrients to your lawn without adding thatch. The results are a well-maintained, lush green lawn that saves you time and effort.

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Take a few minutes to check your sprinklers

As the warm weather comes on, so do sprinkler systems. Keep your sprinklers in shape by doing a simple checkup this season. Turn on the system and look for broken heads, misting or sprinklers watering the streets. Make a note and get problems fixed to save water all year long. 
Visit our Water Conservation Video Series for simple solutions to common irrigation problems.

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Thinking about redesigning your landscape? Add water-wise and Oklahoma native plants instead of
cool-season grasses such as tall fescue. Drought-tolerant plants are attractive and require less water and maintenance. Black-Eyed Susan and Blanket Flower attract butterflies to the garden. Russian Sage and Yucca provide unique texture. Catmint and Rosemary introduce fragrant foliage to the landscape.
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Consumer Confidence Report 

One of our most important lines of business the treatment and distribution of our drinking water. Oklahoma City serves more than 1.4 million people throughout Central Oklahoma with clean drinking water that not only safeguards public health, but contributes to public safety and economic prosperity. In keeping with Federal and State guidelines, each June we publish our annual Drinking Water Quality Report, also known as a Consumer Confidence Report. The Consumer Confidence Report allows customers to see the cumulative results of our testing and ensures that we are meeting all regulatory guidelines for drinking water safety. Results are sent weekly to the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, and then are compiled in this annual report. 


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