- Drought Restrictions
- Residential Outdoor Programs & Rebates
- WaterSaver Patioscape Coupon
- WaterSaver Landscape Coupon
- Irrigation Design Rebate
- WaterSaver Irrigation Consultation
- 7 Steps to Xeriscaping
- Dressed for Success
- Pool Filter Rebate
- Rain Sensors
- Rain Harvesting
- Watering Efficiently
- WaterSaver Lane
- WaterSaver Landscape Care Guide
- Drought-Tolerant Grass Varieties
- Garden Style San Antonio
- Residential Indoor Programs & Rebates
- Commercial Programs & Rebates
- Your Role in Conservation
- Conservation Case Studies
- Calendar of Events
Residential Outdoor Programs & Rebates
Through outdoor conservation programs such as our WaterSaver Landscape coupon and educational programs that reach out to all San Antonians, we want to encourage residents to conserve, saving you money on your water bill while preserving our precious water supplies.
The Patioscape Coupon provides residential water customers another way to replace parts of their traditional lawns with a more permanent water-saving solution — a new patio.
This seasonal program encourages residential water customers to transform portions of their traditional lawns by removing grass and creating garden beds made up of hardy, drought-tolerant plants.
Through our Residential Irrigation Design Rebate you can identify design flaws that can result in healthier landscapes.
Rain sensors let your sprinklers run only when it's needed, which conserves water, saves you money, and protects your lawn from the effects of over-watering.
Did you know your irrigation system can use more water in a week than your family uses for all its other needs in a month? Together, let's find out how much water and money you can save!
Xeriscaping. What in the world does that word mean and how on Earth do you pronounce it?
Replacing your sand or D.E. filter with a high-efficiency cartridge filter system can reduce your water consumption by as much as 20,000 gallons per year.
A house with a 1,000-square-foot roof can yield about 600 gallons of rainwater from just 1 inch of rainfall. That's a lot of water!
Year-round, landscape watering is allowed before 11 a.m. and after 7 p.m. every day. Watering by hand-held hose or with a 5-gallon bucket is allowed any time; however, water waste is prohibited at all times.
Next time you visit the San Antonio Botanical Garden, be sure to take a stroll down WaterSaver Lane, the lawn and environmental exhibit sponsored in part by SAWS.
San Antonio Landscape Care Guide focuses on how to maintain your low water use landscape. It will keep your landscape beautiful, lush and blooming.
SAWS' approved low-water plant list will add amazing color, texture and even shade to your water-wise landscape.
Conservation ordinance requires residential and commercial builders to install turf grass from an approved list of drought-tolerant varieties for newly constructed homes or businesses.