The City of Kissimmee and the City of St. Cloud, in partnership with Toho Water Authority, have teamed up for the annual, nationwide Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation to be most “water-wise” during Water Conservation Month in April.

Olga González, Mayor of Kissimmee, and Nathan Blackwell, Mayor of St. Cloud, are joining mayors from across the country to encourage residents to make a long-term commitment to manage water resources more wisely. Residents can take part in the annual Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation.

“Water is one of our most precious resources, and we must all work together to conserve it. Our Governor has placed a focus on water conservation and re-use. It takes all of our citizens working together to make a real impact,” added St. Cloud’s Mayor Blackwell.

“As a community, we need to continue to conserve water and energy as it will help us now and our future generations. We must work together and take the pledge to help save the environment. This is just one step towards our goal of protecting our planet, but together we will be making a difference,” said Kissimmee’s Mayor Olga González

The annual challenge is a non-profit, national community service campaign that encourages leaders to inspire their residents to make a series of simple pledges at to use water more efficiently, reduce pollution and save energy.

How It Works

  • Visit and make the pledge to conserve water with your City.
  • Take a 4-step conservation pledge on behalf of the City
  • City of Kissimmee residents take the pledge at:
  • City of St. Could residents take the pledge at:
  • See City’s current standings.
  • Encourage friends to take part.
  • The city with the highest percentage of residents who take the challenge in their population category wins.