The Phoenix Water Wrangler Institute Program is Recruiting Conservation Volunteers

Published Oct 04, 2021

Phoenix Water Services has created an innovative volunteer program that provides an opportunity for community members to promote responsible water stewardship within the city.

The Phoenix Water Wrangler Institute program mobilizes citizens to serve as representatives at local events, community meetings, and educational workshops under the direction of a Site Coordinator or Water Conservation Staff by assisting in water conservation outreach, communication, and education. Through information sharing and community engagement, the Phoenix Water Wrangler volunteers will activate water conservation and stewardship in their communities.

Training for the program will include water 101, an overview of utility operations, water resources, water conservation, and outreach education. The virtual classes are set to begin on Saturday, October 23rd, and will be hosted for four consecutive Saturdays from 9 am until 12 pm (tentative).

​To qualify to be a Phoenix Water Wrangler, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be at least 18-years old 
  • Possess a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Have excellent communication skills 
  • Attain successful completion of pre-service training 
  • Enjoy public speaking, community development, and working with diverse groups 
  • Be creative, responsible, organized, flexible, and self-motivated 
  • Have a passion for learning and promoting water conservation and sustainability in our desert city

If you are interested in attending the Water Wrangler Institute, you can sign up HERE. Applications are being accepted until October 8th, 2021. 

The City of Phoenix is deeply committed to water conservation. The city has numerous conservation programs and initiatives available to Phoenix residents, including free landscape irrigation and planting workshops to residents year-round. Additionally, free conservation classes are available for schools, HOAs, organizations, and businesses. This new program is an additional way that residents can get more involved in water conservation and do their part to be water smart.

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