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The Sustainable Landscape Series has ended for 2015

Here is a listing of the seminars you missed-The Sustainable Landscape Series-2015.  

If you would like to see an archive of previous Sustainable Series, please visit our ACTV site.  Once you have entered the ACTV site, look for the specialty tab and click on the underlined Sustainable Landscape Series.  Currently, residents have access to some of the 2015 Sustainable Series, and can be viewed below:


Residential Turfgrass Field Day-Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension 

Is the green in your lawn weeds or grass? Do you have brown circles in your yard? This hands-on program covers lawn maintenance practices, selecting the right turfgrass for your yard as well as ways in which to identify and control insects, weeds and diseases in your lawn.  Participants will also learn how to properly water their lawn and easy ways to make their sprinkler system more efficient.  Over 400 turfgrass varieties are able to be viewed through the AgriLife turf program. The cost is free, and the event will be held on Saturday, June 6, 2015.  Click here to register.

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H20 Youth Education

The Water Conservation Division offers many valuable lessons and materials for our youth.  Whether you are an A.I.S.D. instructor or mentor, scout leader, PTA affiliate or homeschooler, the primary goal of our program is to educate on the importance of water.  Through our programs we hope students will:

  • Evaluate water resources and conservation techniques
  • Critically think about our water supply and future demands
  • Inspire change  

Current teaching lessons are prepared at the K-12 grade level and include subjects on the water cycle, our watershed, water conservation, environmental modeling, water quality, urbanization and stormwater pollution prevention.  For a current list of available resources visit H20 Youth Education Lessons.


Efficient Water Use Tips

Learn about simple tips for efficient water use in and around your home through the Water Conservation Made Easy video.


Online Resources


Just for Children


Find Out More About Water Conservation
For more information about the City of Allen's water conservation plans, programs, or presentations, contact:

Gail Donaldson, Water Conservation Manager, 214.509.4559

William Nahas, Education Specialist, 214.509.4553



New Water Restrictions
NTMWD to ease watering restrictions effective May 1.