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Tucson C2E

henry elementary
mitchell
atturbury
nw el cortez

$101,024

funding to date

346

online participants

14,974,098 gal.

total water savings for program to date

27,645 gal.

avg. savings per online participant

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SAVE WATER, SAVE RIVERS, BUILD COMMUNITY

Tucson C2E provides funding to improve our urban waterways and wildlife habitats. Conserve water at your home or business, donate your water savings to Tucson C2E, and connect your water conservation to environmental enhancements through community action. Contact us to learn more.

Join C2E today to MAKE YOUR DROPS COUNT!

Help green our streets and enhance our washes and waterways! Become a sustaining member of Tucson C2E. You can make a contribution using the donate button on this page or by using the "Open Space/Riparian" box on your Tucson Water or Pima County Wastewater utility bill. If 5% of customers in the Tucson Water service area join Tucson C2E, they would conserve an estimated 250,000,000 gallons of water annually and provide more than $500,000 for restoration projects each year!

Tucson C2E, the first C2E program in the nation, was founded in 2011 through a collaboration between the University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center, Tucson Water (our largest local water utility), and the nonprofits Sonoran Institute and Watershed Management Group. The program is now overseen by the Tucson C2E Advisory Council and fiscally managed by the Center for Pima Basin Sustainability.

Here are just a few ways to get involved with Tucson C2E today:

  • Create an account online and see your water savings trends tracked through a personalized dashboard
  • Donate directly to Tucson C2E, with convenient automated payments, through PayPal here
  • Write in a donation in the optional “Riparian Enhancement and Open Space” box on your Tucson/Pima County utility services bills
  • Become a Business Partner and Receive Incentives
  • Join Site Tours, Volunteer Days, and Celebrations
  • Apply for a wash restoration or green infrastructure grant in your neighborhood
  • Visit and learn from project sites.