• In 1976, Tucson Water asked its customers to Beat the Peak each summer. Residents responded by using water more efficiently during the hottest months of the year. That allowed Tucson Water to keep critical groundwater wells shut down even during months of high demand.

    The Beat the Peak program expanded to year-round to further awareness of the importance of water efficiency. Pete the Beak remains its mascot and spokesduck. Pete asks that you continue supporting water conservation and water efficiency. He is happy that his materials are still popular with kids and adults, and invites you to check out his WaterSmart Activity Book for 2012.
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Pete the Beak also wants you to know other fun ways to learn about water conservation. Check out some of his favorite places to go.

savewater!® games arcade

Arizona Water Words puzzle

Kids! Play the Tip Tank Game from Water Use It Wisely

EPA WaterSense for Kids

Catch a Ride on the Water Cycle coloring book

Discover Water: The Role of Water in Our Lives