Water Conservation

​Promoting water conservation is an important component of the City’s commitment to ensure clean, safe, drinking water for future generations. The Water Conservation Program aims to provide our water customers education and information that results in more efficient and source-appropriate use of our water resources. The Lake Whatcom Reservoir is the primary source of drinking water in Bellingham.

Bellingham’s Water System Video

Did you know that the City of Bellingham water treatment plant produces about 24 million gallons of clean, sterile drinking water a day? How does that happen? Learn about your drinking waters journey from Lake Whatcom to your tap in this video.​

More Information

Please contact the Operations Division of the Public Works Department if you would like more information about Water Conservation.

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