Using a hose to rinse off outdoor surfaces consumes a lot of water. You may hose concrete and building exteriors with a positive shutoff nozzle only for health and safety concerns or for maintenance and construction. Avoid excess run-off.
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Water plays a big role in all our of lives—after all, humans are made up of almost 60% water! Conserving water year-round can help reduce the effects of drought in our daily lives. Consuming less water on average minimizes water waste and protects our underground aquifers.
Yes. To help establish your new plants, you may apply for a watering restriction exemption. Please fill out a Request for Plant Establishment Exemption from Watering Restrictions permit application.
Car washing is permitted at any time on any day with the use of a positive shut off nozzle. It is encouraged to use a bucket and cloth if possible to reduce water waste. Excess run-off is not permitted.
It is permissible to water potted plants on non-watering days; however, you must fill a watering can or bucket from inside your home. Water may not come from an outside hose or water source.