DON’T GET CAUGHT IN THE COLD THIS YEAR! Irrigation systems should be winterized each year before the first freeze to avoid damage. Once winterized, the system will be turned off and restarted in the spring. If you are unsure of how to drain your irrigation system, contact a licensed plumber or building professional. See Yavapai County Contractors Association website.
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Manage runoff on your property following the simple mantra:
Slow it down. Spread it out. Sink it in.
Choose the right Arizona-friendly plants and watch them thrive in our desert environment.
Protect the native vegetation along a creek or wash, known as the "riparian buffer."
Riparian vegetation protects property and water quality by stabilizing stream banks, reducing erosion, filtering out pollutants, and provides habitat for birds and wildlife.