The Environmental Resources Division manages the City's water quality, wastewater, water resources, and water conservation programs. To learn more about this division use the Quick Links menu on the right-hand side of this page.
- Water Conservation Rebate Program - CLOSED.
The Water Conservation Rebate Program is now closed. The program will resume July, 2014 pending City Council approval.
The 2014 Sustain & Gain brochure is here! Click HERE
to view all the bulk trash, recycling, water conservation and water resource information you’ll need for the upcoming year
- Importance of Water to U.S. Economy - The EPA has released a detailed report on the importance of water to the U.S. economy.
This report is intended to help raise the awareness of water’s importance to our national economic welfare, and to summarize information that public and private decision-makers can use to better manage the nation’s water resources. Click HERE to learn more.
- "Busting Myths about Water Shortage" - read this great article and get the facts about some of the most common myths surrounding our water and potential shortages. Click HERE to read the article.
Interested in knowing more about where your water comes from? Take a look at Tap Into Quality's Understanding Tap Water informative video. You might be surprised to see just how much effort goes into delivering clean and safe drinking water to your faucet. Click on the Tap Into Quality video to the right to learn more about your tap water.
Click HERE to visit the Tap Into Quality website
- Water reuse is a key component to Peoria's water supply. The reuse, also known as reclaimed water, is the collection and treatment of wastewater from homes and businesses to be utilized where potable (drinking quality) water is not required. Think parks, landscaped areas and lakes. Click HERE to learn more about Peoria's reclaimed water system.
Environmental Resources Manager
Administrative Assistant II