Gas Conservation

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  • Set your thermostat back at night to 60 degrees (Elderly persons should be careful when doing this - they are more likely to get sick from being cold).
  • Install a programmable setback thermostat.  See Rebate information 
  • Open shades and drapes during the day to let the sun in. Close them at night when it gets cold.
  • Close doors and windows to rooms in your house that are not used often.
  • Plug holes and cracks in walls and windows.
  • Caulk and weather-strip doors and windows.
  • Wrap water pipes to help keep hot water hot.
  • If you have a fireplace, shut the outside vents. Use the flue damper.
  • Have your heating unit checked to see if it's running properly.
  • Check your furnace filter frequently.  Replace or clean it as needed.
  • Upgrade attic, basement and crawl space insulation.  

Check out more gas conservation information by clicking here.  Gas Conservation


Water conservation is a good way of life and it does not require a major change in lifestyle. Mostly, it's a matter of using common sense. Fresh clean drinking water is yours to use when needed but remember that it is a valuable resource that should not be wasted. A little effort will make a big difference. Every drop counts!

Water conservation tips 

Check out our Toilet Rebate

Check out our Rain Barrel Rebate

Send email to the City Utility Billing Office