The Town of Davie Utilities Department participates in various events throughout the year, such as Broward County or Davie educational institution organized events.
An annually returning event is Water Matters Day. Water Matters Day, organized by Broward County, is an activity-filled event for the family. Its focus is teaching residents about the need to conserve water and to create awareness about the impact Broward residents have on our local water resources. Some highlights are: children’s activities, water conservation tips, interactive educational displays and food trucks. Each year the Town of Davie Utilities Department is present with a booth, providing giveaways and educational booklets on water conservation and on the importance of water in general. DUE TO COVID-19, MARCH 2021 IS A VIRTUAL WATER MATTERS MONTH. SEE POSTER ABOVE AND VISIT WATERMATTERS.BROWARD.ORG
The Utilities Department also provides tours to educational institutions at the water and wastewater reclamation facilities, such as high schools and universities. DUE TO COVID 19, TOURS ARE TEMPORARILY POSTPONED
UF/IFAS Master Gardener trainees touring the Water Reclamation Facility. March 7, 2020
UF/IFAS Master Gardener trainees touring the Water Reclamation Facility, March 7, 2020
NSU touring the Waste Water and Water Reclamation Facility October 2018
Water Matters Day 2018
Somerset Pembroke Pines touring the water reclamation facility
On April 21, 2017 the Town of Davie Utilities participated in an Earth Day event of Nova South Eastern University. Various vendors displayed materials regarding preservation of natural resources and the Utilities Department had flyers, brochures and giveaways on water conservation.