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Castle Rock Mayor Jason Gray proclaimed April as Water Conservation Month at Town Council last week. Traditionally, this recognition is paired with the Mayor’s conservation challenge to pledge to save water. However, the pledge has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mayor Gray felt it was important to recognize that water is a precious natural resource and essential to a vital community. The proclamation reminds residents that it is imperative to become educated and understand the importance of conserving water, using water-efficient products, and maintaining practices at work and home to wisely use water in all daily activities. Castle Rock residents have thoroughly embraced water conservation and reduced their water consumption by more than 20% over the past 10 years. The Town of Castle Rock has always encouraged and supported water conservation through various educational programs and special events. Every business, industry, school and resident can make a difference and help by saving water and thus promoting a healthy economy and community; and thus Mayor Gray is asking each resident and business to do their part and learn more at CRconserve.com.