Shut-off nozzles are required on all hoses. (Shut-off nozzles will be available for free at the District Office, while supplies last.)
Fountains and decorative water features that do not re-circulate water are prohibited.
Do not let water run while not in use.
No watering or irrigating between the hours of 10AM- 5PM.
No outdoor watering on Monday.
Outdoor irrigation is permitted only 2 DAYS A WEEK.
If your address ends in an EVEN number, water only on Tuesday and Saturday.
If your address ends in an ODD number, Water on Sunday and Wednesday.
On your watering days, limit irrigation to 15 minutes per station.
Do not wash down hard or paved surfaces.
Do not initially fill, or drain and refill residential swimming pools.
Drinking water will only be served at restaurants upon request.
Shut-off nozzles are required on all hoses. (Free nozzles are available at the District Office.)
Watering may be performed with a bucket, watering can and by use of a drip irrigation system or similar low volume, non-spray irrigation equipment.
These provisions shall not apply to commercial growers/nurseries.
These provisions do not apply to residential vegetable gardens/edible plantings that are watered by a hose with a shut off nozzle.
Written notice of violation and an opportunity to correct violation will be issued.
A second violation that takes place within one year of initial violation will be issued a $100 fine.
A third violation within one year will be issued a $250 fine.
The fourth violation within one year will be issued a $500 fine.
A water flow restrictor may be installed or the water service may be disconnected.
All penalties will be included in the following month’s water bill. Nonpayment will be subject to the same remedies as nonpayment of basic water rates.
Customers may appeal the notice of violation by filing a written notice of appeal with the District no later than the close of the business, the day before
the date scheduled for enforcement action, accompanied by a $25 appeal fee.