Level 1 – However, Level 3 Conservation Applies

November 2, 2015 – The Provincal drought level is currently at Level 1, however, our lake levels are just starting to rise thanks to the recent rainfall. The District is being cautiously optimistic at this time as a lack of rainfall over the winter months could still mean that the lakes may not fully recharge. Therefore, the District must continue at Level 3 Conservation Regulations until further notice.

October 14, 2015 – The Province has lowered the provincial drought level to Level 1, however, our lake levels continue to decline due to lack of substantial rain on Salt Spring. Therefore, the District must continue Level 4 Conservation Regulations until further notice.

Sept 28, 2015 – The Province has lowered the provincial drought level to Level 2, however, our lake levels continue to decline due to lack of substantial rain on Salt Spring. Therefore, the District must continue Level 4 Conservation Regulations until further notice.

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT

NORTH SALT SPRING WATERWORKS DISTRICT

IS AT WATER CONSERVATION LEVEL 4

Per Bylaw 268

Water Conservation Level 4- Comprehensive Water Ban

  •  All outdoor sprinkler watering is prohibited including newly seeded and sodded lawns.
  • Vegetable gardens, shrubs, trees and flowers are restricted to a hand held container or a hose equipped with a shut-off nozzle system between the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and for no more than one (1) hour total in duration per watering day. A micro-irrigation or drip-irrigation system may be used by odd numbered civic addresses on odd numbered days and even numbered civic addresses on even numbered days for a maximum of 1 hour per watering day during the specified watering times.
  • All other watering is banned, including vehicle washing.

For the complete details, penalties and exemptions view Bylaw 268 in the Documents section.

Odd days of the month correspond with odd numbered homes and businesses, even numbered days with even numbered homes and businesses.

Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. Every Drop Counts!

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