Stage 2 Conservation Schedule

In the event of Stage 2 Conservation Conditions, the following Demand Management Response Measures shall be taken in an effort to achieve an additional ten percent (10%) reduction in daily water demand:

a)  Residential Users shall limit landscape irrigation use to not more than two times per week in
      accordance with the following mandatory landscape watering schedule: 

Property Address

     

Authorized Watering Day

Odd-Numbered Addresses Tuesday & Saturday only
See Notes below 

Even–Numbered Addresses
& no address Number

Wednesday & Sunday only
See Notes below

NOTES: 
1.  Underground sprinkler systems shall be operated only between 12:01 am and 7 am on the authorized watering days. 
2.  Hose-end sprinklers shall be operated only before 10:00 am and after 7:00 pm on the authorized watering days.
3.  Hand watering is permissible before 10:00 am or after 7:00 pm on any day.  
b)  Commercial, municipal and all other non-residential users are subject to the following mandatory landscape watering schedule: Tuesday and/or Friday only and only between 12:01 am and 7:00 am on such days. 
c)  Non-essential water uses shall be curtailed as follows: 
      1.  The installation of new landscaping plants and turf grass is discouraged. 
  2.  Use of water from hydrants for construction purposes or any other purposes other than fire
fighting and flushing as required by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is prohibited; 
  3.  Use of water to fill NEW indoor or outdoor swimming pools or Jacuzzi-type pools is prohibited;
  4.  Flushing gutters or permitting water to run or accumulate in any gutter or street is prohibited;
and
  5.  Use of water in a fountain or pond for aesthetic or scenic purposes is prohibited except where
necessary to support aquatic life.   
d)  The General Manager will initiate contact as appropriate with wholesale water customers, to discuss water supply and/or demand conditions and the possibility or implementation of pro rata curtailment of water supplies. 

 

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