Willie the Waterdrop

For many years, El Paso Water’s beloved mascot Willie the Waterdrop has made a lasting impact by helping kids understand the value of water and the importance of saving water.


Water Videos Featuring Willie

In this new series of brief video adventures, Willie engages students in water-focused topics like the water cycle, our water supply sources and water conservation. Be sure to join in on the fun and take a pledge with Willie to be water smart!

   
   


Willie’s History

When Willie the water drop was introduced in 1991, he was named “Willie the Water Waster,” sharing lessons of what NOT to do. Eventually, good triumphed over evil, and the new “Willie the Waterdrop” became the water ambassador that he is today.

 Yesterday’s kids are now today’s adults, and the water lessons learned over the decades have become part of the culture in our desert city. We have embraced conservation, saving water indoors and outdoors with water-smart landscaping. In the process, we’ve significantly cut our consumption.

Willie Appearances on Hold

Tens of thousands of kids have met Willie in their classrooms, at the ballpark, at events, or at the TecH2O Learning Center. Willie is eager to share more lessons about conserving water, but all appearances are on hold during the pandemic. In the meantime, Willie is wearing a mask and social distancing.  You should too!  

 


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