News Flash


Posted on: November 13, 2018


The water supply in the area lakes are at full levels. The criteria has been met to lift the restrictions under Stage 1 and return to Conservation Stage watering.
The City of Rollingwood is now in Conservation Stage Watering.

Please use water wisely

Conservation Stage Watering Restrictions Summary

  • Conservation Stage Watering Restrictions increase the total number of hours available for watering via automatic irrigation systems to 15 hours (midnight – 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. - midnight).
  • All other watering restrictions remain unchanged including:
  • Once-per-week automatic irrigation watering schedule will continue for residential and commercial water customers.
  • Twice-per-week hose-end irrigation watering schedule will continue for residential customers.
  • Residents can continue the following irrigation methods:
  • drip irrigation,
  • hand-held watering with hose,
  • watering trees with bubblers or a soaker hose.
  • Residential car washing is permitted with a bucket and/or hose with an automatic shut-off nozzle.
  • Restaurants are prohibited from providing water unless requested by customers and must limit the use of patio misters to the hours between 4pm and midnight.

Water waste, including runoff, overspray and ponding is not permitted at any time, regardless of stage.

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