From The South Platte Sentinel (Delinda Korrey):
As a reminder to residents, mandatory outdoor water restrictions are as follows:
“If your street address is an odd number, you may water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
“If your street address is an even number, you may water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
“On whatever watering day your neighborhood is designated, there are no restrictions on the time you may water.
“No one, however, is allowed to water on Mondays.
“Personal vehicles may be washed only on one’s watering day.
“Restaurants may serve water only upon request.
“Vehicle fleets and vehicles in auto dealerships may not be washed more than once a week.
“Golf courses utilizing City water shall not water roughs.
“Trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and vegetable gardens may be watered by hand, soaker hose or trickler system any day. Hand watering means holding a hose in the hand or with a watering can. It does not allow sprinkling.
“A warning will be given for the first violation. The second violation will carry a penalty of $50, third violation $150 and all subsequent violations $250, and the possibility of having a flow restrictor installed on the water line.”
It’s not fair for you to break the law when your neighbor isn’t. It’s been said the best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago and the best time to conserve our water is before the well runs dry.