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National Mayor's Challenge For Water Conservation - April 1-30, 2018

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Nationwide Results by Population
From April 1-30 2018

Enter your city to see your city's rank:

5,000 - 29,999

  1. Gallup, New Mexico
  2. Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
  3. Laguna Beach, California
  4. Hermosa Beach, California
  5. Yorkville, Illinois
  6. West Lafayette, Indiana
  7. Edgewater, Colorado
  8. Bay Village, Ohio
  9. White Bear Lake, Minnesota
  10. Johnstown, Pennsylvania

30,000 - 99,999

  1. Westminster, California
  2. Flagstaff, Arizona
  3. Lake Havasu City, Arizona
  4. Greeley, Colorado
  5. Santa Fe, New Mexico
  6. Napa, California
  7. Lewisville, Texas
  8. Castle Rock, Colorado
  9. Petaluma, California
  10. Sheboygan, Wisconsin

100,000 - 299,999

  1. Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  2. Naperville, Illinois
  3. Durham, North Carolina
  4. Plano, Texas
  5. Tacoma, Washington
  6. Oceanside, California
  7. Miramar, Florida
  8. Gainesville, Florida
  9. Richmond, Virginia
  10. Thornton, Colorado

300,000 - 599,999

  1. Tucson, Arizona
  2. Aurora, Colorado
  3. Oakland, California
  4. Sacramento, California
  5. Miami, Florida
  6. Albuquerque, New Mexico
  7. Mesa, Arizona
  8. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  9. Portland, Oregon
  10. Atlanta, Georgia

600,000 and over

  1. Dallas, Texas
  2. San Francisco, California
  3. San Diego, California
  4. Las Vegas, Nevada
  5. Denver, Colorado
  6. Seattle, Washington
  7. Memphis, Tennessee
  8. Austin, Texas
  9. Baltimore, Maryland
  10. Jacksonville, Florida