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- No outdoor irrigation water may be applied any day between the hours of 7am and 8pm
- Application of potable water to outdoor landscapes in a manner that causes runoff is prohibited
- Application of potable water to outdoor landscapes during and within 48 hour after measureable rainfall is prohibited
- Correct and repair breaks or leaks within 72 hours of discovery or notification
- Washing of sidewalks, walkways, driveways, and other hard-surfaced areas is prohibited
- Washing a motor vehicle without a hose fitted with an automatic shut-off is prohibited
- Use of potable water in a fountain or other decorative water feature except where the water is part of a recirculating system is prohibited
- Use of water from a fire hydrant for non-emergency use is prohibited
- Refilling of a swimming pool except when topping off to prevent damage to pump and filter equipment is prohibited
- Use of potable water for dust control, compaction, and other construction purposes is prohibited
- Utilize water conservation incentives, as available, to replace inefficient plumbing fixtures and appliances with water efficient models
In the Kitchen & Laundry - Only run your dishwasher and washing machines when they are full.- Instead of running the faucet to wait for cold water, fill a pitcher of water with drinking water and store it in your refrigerator.
In the Great Outdoors - When washing your car, use soap and water from a bucket.- Use a hose with a shut-off nozzle for the final rinse only. - Use a broom instead of water from a hose to clean your driveway.- Landscape with plants that require low water consumption.- Water your lawn no more than every third day, and only during the cool time of the day in the morning or evening.- Adjust the sprinklers so only the lawn and plants are being watered, not your house, the sidewalk or the street.
Free water conservation devices are available at the Community Development Center (435 Allan Ct.)