With it being so hot and dry, customers are asked to practice a voluntary reduction in landscape water to every other day based on the last digit of the address per the schedule below:
(A) Odd-numbered service addresses water on odd-numbered days; and
(B) Even-numbered service addresses water on even-numbered days.
(C) Avoid over watering. Do not water yard so much that it runs over into the street. The lawn is not a lake.
(D) Set lawn irrigation system controls to water at night or early in the morning. Encourage customers not to operate during the day between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and above all limit the time and don't over water (see attached flyer with recommended methods in conserving water)
Should trends show that any system is approaching trigger levels, more detailed monitoring will be implemented. At a minimum, during noncritical water supply periods, the monitoring and trending will take place monthly. During critical water supply periods the monitoring and trending will take place at least weekly, and may be monitored even more frequently. We hope to avoid further mandated restrictions, but we need your help in doing so.