Effective September 1, 2021
A Water Emergency is in effect. This means no watering every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The City has extended the water emergency until further notice due to high water usage, low aquifer levels and drought-like conditions.
This action is required to maintain sufficient water levels in our water towers and maintain water needs for everyday uses and firefighting. Due to drought conditions, high levels of water are being pumped through the City's system and we need residents to help conserve water.
Odd-Even Sprinkling Ban
An odd-even sprinkling ban is in effect every year from June 1 through August 31. This means that:
- Odd numbered home addresses water on odd numbered days
- Even numbered home addresses water on even numbered days
Exceptions are made for new sod, seed and shrubs planted within the last 30 days.
If necessary during periods of drought, additional restrictions may be imposed to ensure sufficient water supply for firefighting and every day necessities.
It is best to water your lawn during the early morning hours. You should also set your rain sensor to detect when it’s raining so that your sprinkler system does not go off.