Storm Water Management
The goal of the Storm Water Management Program is to reduce the amount of pollutants that enter the City's Storm Drain System.
Water should be used wisely, as it is a limited resource. Water efficiency requires an ongoing effort to be successful. Reduced water bills and a more beautiful garden may reward your efficiency efforts.
The following water conservation measures are highly recommended:
- (October 1 – April 30): Lawn or landscape watering may be done on any day, but should not be done between the hours of 10:00 am and 4:00 pm.
- (May 1 – September 30): Lawn or landscape watering may be done on any day, but should not be done between the hours of 9:00 am and 7:00 pm. Watering with a hose at any time should be monitored and should only be done with a hand held nozzle attached to prevent water waste.
Flagrant water waste or excessive runoff is not permitted. Flagrant water waste or excessive water runoff means any water which flows directly from a tap connected to the City water system that leaves the property of origin in a continuous flow of any dimension for 150 feet from the property, or for more than five (5) minutes in duration.