The city of Aurora is excited to announce its participation in the Wyland Foundation’s sixth annual National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation as it looks for its third consecutive win.
Between now and April 30, Aurora residents can participate in this friendly competition by signing an online pledge to conserve water and energy and cut down on pollution. Various cities across the country are hosting the competition with the same goal in mind: urge residents to think more about how they use water.
Aurora has earned first place in the national challenge the last two years.
Through the series of online pledges, cities of similar size compete to see which can be the most water wise. While helping their city meet its conservation goals, and saving money, they become eligible to earn prizes like home irrigation kits, home improvement store gift cards and more, including a grand prize Toyota Prius.
Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan and city council encourage Aurora residents to get involved and commit to reducing their water consumption.
“Come on, Aurora,” Mayor Hogan said, “let’s win this thing again.”
Click here by April 30 to make a pledge.