City of Goodyear, Arizona
Immediate Release: Jan. 9, 2009
Save money, save water, with
Goodyear’s free Home Irrigation Checkup
GOODYEAR, ARIZ. (Jan. 9, 2008) – Goodyear is offering home
irrigation checkups to residents.
of Goodyear will send a water specialist to residents’ homes and check out the plumbing
fixtures. They’ll look for obvious leaks, broken and missing parts, and make
sure outdoor irrigation and sprinkler systems are on the best settings.
must be present to provide access, turn on sprinklers and irrigation systems,
and open the timers. Appointments will take one to two hours.
I-10 that use more than 13,000 gallons
per month and
those north of I-10 that
have a monthly water bill averaging more than $95, the checkup will likely turn
up ways to stop leaks, conserve water and save money.
Irrigation Checkup is an easy way for customers to learn how to spend less and
help the city reduce its water usage, especially during those peak summer
residents use less water, the city may be able to postpone building new water
treatment and infrastructure facilities, and avoid the costs of buying
additional water rights.
residents living south of Interstate 10 who are city water customers with
up-to-date accounts can sign up online for a limited number of free water
audits. The home irrigation checkup service is also available to Goodyear city
residents who live north of I-10 and are LPSCO customers, at a cost of $150.
Log on to
www.goodyearaz.gov, click on Forms
& Applications, and fill out the Water Irrigation Checkup Application to
request an appointment time for the free Home Irrigation Checkup.
appointments will be available on specified days from the week of January 26
until June. The appointments available are limited and will be made on a
first-come, first-served basis.
information, contact Public Works and Water Resources at the City of Goodyear by calling
623-932-3010, or by email at email@example.com.