- Friday, May 12 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Snohomish Conservation District Office, 528 91st Ave NE, Lake Stevens
- Pre-order today to secure your rain barrel, numbers are limited.
Each kit contains a pre-assembled 55-gallon barrel with sturdy components (spigot, overflow spout, mesh over inlet).
**Barrels must be picked up on Friday, May 12 between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. at the Snohomish Conservation District Office, 528 91st Ave NE, Lake Stevens**
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Why rain barrels?
Rain water is a free resource, that otherwise runs off of our rooftops and down the drain, or the ditch. Rain barrels and cisterns require little maintenance and are a great way to save money and conserve water as a natural resource.
With a rain barrel you can:
- Cut your household use of water during the hot summer months.
- Water your plants with chlorine-free rainwater that they prefer.
- Clean your car, bike, tools, etc. without ever using the faucet.
- Provide water to livestock.
- Save money on water bills.
- Protect local streams and Puget Sound.
Watch and learn:
Learn more about building and installing rain barrels in this great video series!
- How to Build: A Rain Barrel
- How to Build: Multi-Barrel Rain Water Collection System
- Rain Water Collection Cistern Examples in Puget Sound
Looking for information on how to install and care for your rain barrel? Hop on over to this page to learn more.