Between April 1-30, 2021, Hot Springs residents are encouraged to pledge to save water at www.mywaterpledge.com.
In 2015, the residents of Hot Springs rallied to earn the City a second-place finish in the 4th Annual Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. For 2021, the City hopes to do even better and win the 10th Annual event in the category for cities between 30,000 and 99,999.
In completing the online conservation pledge, residents will add to Hot Springs’ total pledge count and can nominate a charity in Hot Springs for a chance to win a Toyota Highlander Hybrid. Each participant will also be entered to win from thousands of eco-friendly prizes, including $3,000 toward their home utility bills, home irrigation makeovers and environmentally-friendly cleaning products. Only cities with the most residents making pledges will qualify for the more than $50,000 in prize drawings.
“We all experienced our ability to function with less water during this winter's snowstorm with busted water pipes impacting the City’s ability to produce an equal amount of drinkable water. While certainly not to be expected to do so at the extreme, we recognize that we can conserve on a regular basis. Join me in the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation from April 1-30, 2021, by registering at mywaterpledge.com,” said Hot Springs Mayor Pat McCabe.
The annual Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation, presented by the Wyland Foundation and Toyota, encourages residents across America to make small changes in their lives to better manage our water resources and improve the health of our ocean, lakes, rivers, streams and wetlands.
About the Wyland Foundation
Founded in 1993 by environmental artist Robert Wyland (best known for his series of 100 monumental marine life murals), the Wyland Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, protecting and preserving the world’s ocean, waterways and marine life. The foundation encourages environmental awareness through community events, education programs and public art projects. Visit www.wylandfoundation.org for more information.