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Introducing Conservation in the Park

Post Date:June 09, 2020 1:52 p.m.

Spending more time at home this summer doesn’t have to mean higher utility bills. The city wants to help you save money while keeping your home cool and comfortable!

The city’s sustainability division is introducing Conservation in the Park, opportunities for community members to conserve energy, water and gas while supporting the city’s Climate Action Plan. From now through August, we will be sharing tips, webinars, resources and kid-friendly activities that can help you and your family lower bills and increase home comfort, whether you rent or own. Plus, you’ll get information about rebates and free energy-saving products from CenterPoint Energy and Xcel Energy.

To get these email updates, sign up for the city’s Climate Action Plan updates. The Conservation in the Park newsletters will be sent out every other week.