This spring Parks and Public Lands will be replanting the Washington Square Water Wise Garden. This garden is located in front of the east side entry to the building between the U-shaped parking area. As the primary entrance garden, this space provides an opportunity to demonstrate the City’s commitment to water wise landscapes that are beautiful and well maintained.
Incorporating water wise plant materials not only reduces water and utility costs but enhances the resilience of our landscapes from drought and high summer temperatures. The garden is a collaboration between Salt Lake City Parks Division, Public Utilities and Sustainability. These water wise plantings are a result of a shared commitment to water conservation in Salt Lake City.