Community Outreach

Conservation Pays Conservation Pays, Toilet Rebate Program

The Broward Water Partnership is a government service consisting of 19 municipalities and water utilities who have come together to help save water, money and the environment. Some partners offer toilet rebates of up to $100 each for qualifying residents, businesses and nonprofits. Residential customers can receive up to two (2) rebates, while commercial, nonprofit and multi-family establishments are determined on a case-by-case basis.

recyclelogo-webClose the Loop, Buy Recycled

One of the most important parts of the recycling process is buying products made from recycled materials. By purchasing recycled-content products, you are helping to maintain market demand for recyclables, and ensure the continuation of recycling programs everywhere. 

Image of lush garden with flowers and a sculptureFlorida-Friendly Landscaping

Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ (FFL) means using low-maintenance plants and environmentally sustainable practices. Learn how you can have a beautiful landscape that could save you time, energy and money while protecting our future.

Image of house shape, with green interior and Town of Davie crest insideGreen Housing Initiative

The Town of Davie promotes environmentally responsible practices that reduce energy consumption and enhance the quality of life for current and future residents.

Greening Your BusinessGreening Your Business

Learn how to make your business more sustainable and environmentally friendly! With a few simple steps, your business could be on the right track for sustainable development.

Text:  Naturescape Broward CountyNatureScape Broward County

Learn more about the vision for the community that starts in your own backyard. NatureScape is about creating Florida-friendly landscapes that conserve water, protect water quality, and create wildlife habitat.

Image of red and yellow flowers in foliageSustainability Awards

A Community Wildlife Habitat is a place where residents and businesses make it a priority to provide habitats for wildlife by providing the four basic elements that all wildlife need: food, water, cover, and places to raise young. Learn more about the initiative.

Wildlife Habitat Community Project signWildlife Habitat Community Project           

A Community Wildlife Habitat is a place where residents and businesses make it a priority to provide habitats for wildlife by providing the four basic elements that all wildlife need: food, water, cover, and places to raise young. Learn more about the initiative.