Every Drop Counts And We Count On Every Drop! 

ALERT: EMERGENCY DROUGHT RESTRICTIONS​ EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2014!​

 

In Accordance With The State's Emergency Drought Regulation

All Water Agency Customers* Must Adhere To 

The Following Irrigation Schedule Starting August 1, 2014

 

(*Recycled water users are exempt and should follow recycled water permit restrictions.​)

 
 
​​Address Ending In Watering Days Permitted Irrigation Time Of Day
Even numbers (0, 2, 4, 6, 8) Wed, Fri, Sun 8PM to 6AM
Odd numbers (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) ​Tues, Thurs, Sat 8PM to 6AM

No irrigation is permitted on Monday.

 

IRRIGATION ACTIVITIES PROHIBITED  BY EMERGENCY REGULATIONS​:​
 
  1. Irrigation of outdoor landscaping outdoors that causes potable water runoff onto adjacent property, non-irrigated areas, walkways, roadways, parking lots, or structures.
  2. Washing a motor vehicle with a hose not equipped with a shut-off nozzle.
  3. Using potable water to wash driveways and sidewalks.
  4. Running potable water in a fountain or other decorative feature unless the water is recirculated. 

 

​FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THE ALLOWABLE IRRIGATION SCHEDULE AND/OR ENGAGING IN PROHIBITED IRRIGATION ACTIVITIES CAN LEAD TO CITATIONS AND POSSIBLE FINES FOR WATER WASTE.
 

 


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​ ​ ​Be Water-Smart In The SUMMER

DON'T BUG THESE BUGS:

About 97% of insects are beneficial to your garden. Many of these beneficial insects help your garden by feasting on "bad bugs!"
USE MULCH TO PREVENT WEEDS NATURALLY:

​Tired of pulling weeds? Using 2-4 inches of mulch or fallen leaves can help prevent weeds. Mulch also retains water so you water less.

FERTILIZE WITH LAWN CLIPPINGS:

The average lawn produces 300-400 pounds of lawn clippings each year. Clippings are a "complete" fertilizer; it provides nitrogen naturally.
For more in-depth information, please follow the links on the left.​ ​ ​
 

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