The City of Frisco and the North Texas Municipal Water District are part of nine nominees to to be honored this month for their work in conserving and educating the public on Texas’ drinking water supply.
The Water Conservation Advisory Council made the announcement last Thursday for the awards to be given on March 26th at the Capitol in Austin.
By educating and training the public to voluntarily conserve water the city dropped 234 gallons per person per day to 148 gallons between 2009 and 2014 all while experiencing exponential population growth. This drop is what lead to the City of Frisco being honored.
The North Texas Municipal Water District is being honored for its outreach programs to educate on the most efficient use of the existing water supply. The Water District supplies water to 1.6 million people in North Texas including the Frisco area.
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