Water conservation is a growing need in our communities and many regions are depending on water conservation to free up future water supply.  Water conservation is consistently being counted on in regional and state water plans.

The regulations and laws that govern water conservation and auxiliary water are in a constant state of flux.  As municipalities and communities across the US learn about these systems and determine how they integrate on residential and commercial property, they will continue to innovate and adapt the regulations and laws governing them.

This page is intended to be a resource to track the current water conservation and auxiliary water regulations and laws across the US.

Click on the state to learn about their auxiliary water laws and regulations

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