Level 1 – April 1st

Bylaw 282 – Water Conservation Level 1 – Every Other Day Watering – April, September, and October

Odd numbered civic addresses may water on odd numbered days and even numbered civic addresses may water on even numbered days during the hours allowed per Conservation Level. For multi-unit stratas, watering may be applied based on “unit numbers” or “irrigation zones” to achieve the net same level of watering on permitted days.

Sprinkler Watering

Note: For Levels 1-3 “Sprinkler Watering” includes all overhead and spray-type systems and micro and drip irrigation type systems.

Watering times are 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and for no more than three (3) hours in duration per period with a maximum of six (6) hours of total allocated watering per day. Vegetable gardens, shrubs, trees and flowers are restricted to a hand held container or a hose equipped with a shut-off nozzle if watered outside of the times permitted for a maximum of 1 hour per watering day.

Vehicle and Boat Washing

Vehicles, RVs, and boats may be washed with water using a hand held container or hose equipped with a shut-off nozzle.

Driveways, Sidewalks, Parking Lots and Buildings

Persons may use District supplied potable water to wash sidewalks, driveways or parking lots and exterior building surfaces.

Wading Pools, Hot Tubs, Swimming Pools, Garden Ponds and Water Features

Wading pools and hot tubs up to 500 gallons in size may be filled with water. Swimming pools, garden ponds and water features may be filled with water upon application for and receipt of a filling permit from the District. (Filling permits are $200.00 and valid for two weeks from date of issue.)

Public Parks, Open Space, and Sports Fields

Public parks, open space, and sports fields may be watered.

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