Lake Whatcom Water & Sewer District is proud to be a member of the Whatcom Water Alliance; a regional water conservation group comprised of municipalities and public water utilities who work together to improve water conservation in Whatcom County. The WWA was established in 2008 as a way to coordinate, collaborate, and communicate, with the goal of holistically improving management of local and regional water resources. Partnering with other water systems is viewed as a cost-effective way to develop and implement public education programs while sharing operational information and expertise.
In May of 2022, WWA announced its’ Water Conservation Rebate Program. This program makes water conservation rebates are available to all Whatcom County single family homes that do not reside within City of Bellingham city limits. Homeowners may get up to $100 back on a new Energy Star clothes washer, or WaterSense toilet; or up to $75 back on WaterSense Irrigation Controllers. To learn more and see if you qualify, visit the Whatcom Water Alliance website.