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    Using Water Wisely Since 1979

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    Using Water Wisely Since 1979

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    Using Water Wisely Since 1979

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    Using Water Wisely Since 1979

City Rain serves the greater Seattle area and specializes in water conservation solutions to your landscape irrigation needs. We design and install new sprinkler systems, repair and remodel old ones, winterize and activate in the spring, drip solutions for pots, hanging baskets, and window boxes. We also install and service outdoor lighting. Call today for a free estimate.

Recent News

Maybe Your System Needs Years Of Therapy.

  I was struck with an overwhelming feeling of empathy for my therapist the other day while inspecting an apartment complex’s irrigation system.  I thought to myself, “There are so many things wrong here, it’s going to take years to fix!” Often irrigation systems, like children, begin life full of hope, potential, fully functional! Then over time neglect, abuse, apathy set in. Years go by with warning signs ignored. The system, like an impressionable adolescent, falls in with the wrong […]


Crusty Goes To Texas for the 2013 IA Show

On Sunday, Nov. 3 I touched down in Austin and hooked up with my  friends Mike and Vivian, ex-Seattleites now living in the Hyde Park neighborhood.  They agreed to house me for a week out of the kindness of their hearts, or the lack of sense in their brains. Crusty had come down the dusty trail to see all the other Crustys in the water biz. From the Wiki page, IA in a nutshell: “The Irrigation Association (IA) is a […]


City Rain Irrigates New Green Plate Special Garden in Mt. Baker.

This fall City Rain was called in to get the irrigation system together for the new Green Plate Special garden location on 25th Ave. S and S. Walker St. in the Mt. Baker neighborhood/ Rainier Valley. Ironically it’s just a few hundred feet from a McDonald’s. Green Plate Special gets middle school aged kids interested in healthy food via hands on growing and cooking food. How cool is that? In order for  cool kids to grow cool food, you’re gonna […]