Water-Related News

Lake County Commission proclaims April as Water Conservation Month

The Lake County Board of County Commissioners has approved a proclamation designating April as Water Conservation month to encourage awareness about the importance of water conservation.
Learning to use less water today is the best and least expensive way to avoid possible problems in the future. With its hundreds of freshwater lakes and rivers, preserving this natural resource is paramount for Lake County. Through many of its programs, such as Adopt-a-Lake and Mobile Irrigation Lab, the Lake County Board of County Commissioners promotes protecting and conserving water resources.
In the rotunda of the Lake County Administration Building, located at 315 W. Main St., in Tavares, a table of water-conservation brochures and pamphlets is available for residents.