Water Conservation

Everyone doing their part to conserve water now will ensure a reliable supply of quality drinking water for generations to come.  The Environmental Services Department offers free events, classes and seminars for residents to learn tips on incorporating conservation habits into daily routines.

You may request a presentation on water conservation by contacting The Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department at enviro@thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov or by calling 281-210-3800.

Get certified as a Texas Waters Specialist

Join the corps of well-informed volunteer specialists who provide education, outreach, and service to keep our local water bodies healthy by volunteering right here at home. This unique certification program is made possible by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and The Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department. Visit our Texas Waters Specialist webpage for more details on how to get certified as a Texas Waters Specialist.

Storm Drain Marking Volunteer Project

Help keep our waterways clean and healthy. Only Rain in the Drain!
The Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department, in partnership with all the MUDs within the Township, invites residents to volunteer in the Storm Drain Marking Project. Markers on storm drains remind neighbors that the drains lead directly to a local waterbody; the water is unfiltered and untreated. Pollutants in the water harm the environment, endanger wildlife and pose health risks to humans.

Become a project volunteer -- 

 Register here 

For more information, contact The Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department:  enviro@thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov | or call 281-210-3800.

 Water Management Resources

Water Conservation Resources

Lawn Irrigation Recommendation

Learn more about lawn watering recommendations provided by Woodlands Water Agency at woodlandswater.org.
Water tower
Storm marker