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Water Conservation - Seasonal Watering Restrictions May 1st through September 30th

Life without water isn’t possible! Water conservation is the practice of using water efficiently to reduce non-essential water usage. Water conservation is important because fresh clean water is a limited resource, as well as a costly one and becomes increasingly important to prioritize water conservation efforts.

Population increase has caused a rise in the water demand, while severe droughts have limited its supply. We need to save water to keep our daily activities going, to grow the food that we eat and to preserve natural habitats. Saving water also reduces the burden on water treatment facilities, saves money and energy.

If we don't save water, the future holds potential consequences such as water scarcity,  food shortages and lack of an adequate water supply.

Mantatory seasonal watering policy effective May 1st - September 30th, yearly.

Please do you part to continue to conserve.

For watering schedule click here.