Water restrictions are no longer in effect. However, we do ask that you be mindful to use water wisely. As the evening temperatures turn cooler, you might want to start preparing your lawn for fall and winter by watering less often. While watering restrictions are no longer in place, Violations are still being written for water waste. Water waste is the application of water that does not result in beneficial use, and includes:
Continuous irrigation to any area resulting in ponding or pooling of water;
Runoff of water not absorbed into the ground which flows away from the area being irrigated;
Any irrigation system that is leaking;
Application of water intended for irrigation to any impervious surface;
Letting water run unrestricted from a hose or faucet;
Application of water to impervious surfaces such as street washing applications;
Operation of any irrigation system when curtailment stages have been invoked.
Remember to use only what you need
Water during cooler times of the day - lawn watering is not allowed after 8 a.m. or before 8 p.m.
Water every-third-day on the day of week indicated by your house number.
Do not allow water to pool in gutters, streets and alleys.
Do not waste water by letting it spray on concrete and asphalt.
Repair leaking sprinkler systems immediately.
Do not irrigate while it is raining or during high winds.