People across the country are putting water high on the list of things to use more efficiently, especially given the large fluctuations in the amount of rain and snow we receive. Plus, of course, the finite nature of the water supply and the essential role it plays in human, economic and environmental well-being.
We recommend that customers water their lawns only two times per week. The optimum time to run sprinklers is between sunrise and 9 a.m., and one inch of water per week is sufficient to keep grass green.
Follow the twice-weekly sprinkler irrigation schedule so no adjustments are needed if/when water use restrictions again become necessary.
See best practices below:
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