Water shall be used for beneficial purposes only; all unnecessary and wasteful uses of water are prohibited.
Water shall be confined to the customer’s property and shall not be allowed to run-off to adjoining properties or to the roadside ditch or gutter. Care shall be taken not to water past the point of saturation.
Free-flowing hoses for all uses are prohibited. Automatic shut-off devices shall be attached on any hose or filling apparatus in use.
Leaking customer pipes or faulty sprinklers shall be repaired within five (5) working days or less if warranted by the severity of the problem.
All pools, spas, and ornamental fountains/ponds shall be equipped with a recirculation pump and shall be constructed to be leak-proof. Pool draining and refilling shall be allowed only for health, maintenance, or structural considerations.
Washing streets, parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, or buildings, except as necessary for health, esthetic or sanitary purposes, is prohibited.
Customers are encouraged to take advantage of the water agency’s conservation programs and rebates.
Reduce landscape and pasture irrigation by 5 to 10%. Customers with “smart” irrigation timers or controllers are asked to set their controllers to achieve 90 to 90% of the evapotranspiration (ET rate). Drip irrigation systems are excluded from this requirement.
Reduce indoor water use by 5 to 10%. Contact your water provider for tips and techniques to reduce indoor water use.
Users of construction meters and fire hydrant meters will be monitored for efficient water use.