Much of Colorado still is suffering from drought. Water has become our most precious resource in some places, especially here, out West. But unless you have your own well (which is not, by the way, always a guaranteed source of water), it might be smart to think about ways to save on water use this summer. n the summer, water usage can comprise as much as 50 percent or more of your monthly utility bill, depending on where you live. We asked the very savvy water experts at a Colorado Springs Utilities to give us some good advice about conserving water. Want to know what they said? For 17 tips on how to save money on water, go to our sister site, Living on the Cheap and read the whole story.