June Tip of the Month
Many people actually OVER-water their lawns. By making sure your sprinkler system is running efficiently, and only giving your lawn what it needs, you can have a green, healthy lawn while cutting down on your water consumption. Take the time to learn about your sprinkler system, your lawn, and your water usage to irrigate efficiently.
Save Time! Convert to E-billing for convenience – it’s easy and FREE. Pay your bill online and/or be sure to provide us your email to learn about the various convenient bill pay options. You’ll also stay in the loop for District water news and be first to get alerted should there be a temporary disruption in service. Your email is strictly for District communication purposes.
As we must continue to be a Water Efficient community, the 2-day watering restrictions will be effective May 1 – October 1. Because hand watering and using drip systems are efficient ways to water trees, shrubs and other plants; there are no restrictions on watering times or days. Click here to view schedule and map.
Circle= Saturday & Wednesday
Diamond=Sunday & Thursday
Square=Friday & Tuesday
Ends October 1st. Thanks for your cooperation and watering savings this summer!!
The first violation is a warning with no charge. The second violation is a $50.00 fine. The third violation is a $100.00 fine. The fourth violation will result in a $200 fine, your water being shut off and $100 shut off/turn on fee applies.
- Water Quality Report 2013
- Water Quality Report 2012
- Water Quality Report 2011
- Water Quality Report 2010
- Water Quality Report 2009
- Water Quality Report 2008
- Water Quality Report 2007
- How to "Detect a Water Leak"
- 102 Ways to be Water Efficient
- 7 Principles of Xeriscape
- More on Conservation
How Do You Compare to the Average User?
May, 2013 Average Bill = $129.50 Average water use this month is 6,000 gallons.
54 percent landscaping
13 percent toilets
11 percent laundry
10 percent showers and baths
6 percent faucets
5 percent leaks
1 percent dishwashers
One strategy to meet future needs – in addition to recycling water and
building new supply projects – is by conserving. Using water efficiently
can stretch our supplies well into the future.