Season Ending, Temperatures Are Cooling
Beginning Labor Day, September 4th, water restrictions return to two days per week.
Secondary water will be turned off on October 1st. Temperatures are cooling and there are fewer daylight hours as we approach the autumn season. Remember to adjust your sprinkler clock to reduce the water duration and number of days and to turn off your systems during and after rainy weather.
- No watering during the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
- Use limited watering run times.
- No watering on Sunday.
- No watering on a designated day based upon a geographical quadrant divided by Antelope Drive and 2000 West.
- Northwest – Tuesday
- Northeast – Wednesday
- Southwest – Thursday
- Southeast – Friday
- Enforcement will occur and fines may be issued.
- Repair any known leaks.
This is a good time of year to trim trees along the roads and sidewalks. Remember the 7-11 rule for trimming clearance: 7 feet above the sidewalk and 11 feet above the street.
This clearance allows service vehicles such as garbage trucks, mail delivery, and street maintenance vehicles full access. The clearance also increases visibility to all traffic signs and streetlamps on the street. As a bonus to you, trimming trees while the leaves are still attached to the branches will reduce the number of leaves that must be raked up off the ground in the fall.