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All properties connected to the City's water system are permitted to water outdoors between the following hours subject to the odd/even address rule:
Even-numbered street addresses on even-numbered dates.
Odd-numbered street addresses on odd-numbered dates.
Residents can use a hand-held hose to water flowers, gardens, trees, shrubs, car washing, lawns, and wading pools (50 gallons or less). This also applies to drip irrigation devices and root feeders.
Residents need to obtain a permit, which costs $25, form from the City's Public Works Department.
Sod and seed lawns can be watered the first day for 8 hours maximum.
The next nine consecutive days it can be watered from 6 to 9 a.m. and 6 to 9 p.m.
After the nine consecutive days, you must abide by the current odd and even Schedule.
Hours must be written on the permit, which must be displayed in the window.
Water from City water supply allowed to run off into ditched, gutters, inlets and drains during irrigation is strictly prohibited.