Now is the time to consider a native grass lawn

nativegrasscec.jpgThis unusually cool and wet weather has kept our lawns pretty happy, but it won’t be long before we’re back to more normal hot and dry weather. At the peak of our typical summer, Coloradans water three days a week to keep lawns looking decent.

With this year’s abundant precipitation, it’s the perfect time to plan for those hot, dry days by establishing a low-water, native grass lawn. Read more in our latest Re:Sources Blog

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    Public meeting
    6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, July 30
    Leon Young Service Center

    In the world of energy planning, one size certainly doesn’t fit all. Colorado Springs is just one of 2,000 cities and towns that obtain their electricity through public power – or electricity that’s generated from a community-owned and operated utility. Each city is different and reflects the values and assets available to its utility. At Colorado Springs Utilities, we address our community’s electric needs through the Electric Integrated Resource Plan (EIRP), which is designed to meet our future-energy demand. The result is a plan that focuses on safe, reliable power that is respectful of the environment, while minimizing costs to ratepayers.

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    Take a free Tour of Tough Plants at the Xeriscape Garden.