Summer irrigation quadruples average monthly water demand. Three of our wells recently have been taken off-line and will remain off-line until early 2022. In order to meet the water needs of all our communities, summer irrigation demand must be reduced, especially at peak hours. Therefore, water conservation is a must.
This plan will be in effect permanently for the remainder of this lawn sprinkling season and going forward for future years
Please refer to this new irrigation schedule for Summer 2020 and our interactive map >>
Download a PDF of our Summer 2020 Watering Bulletin.
Remember, here are 4 important ways you can help us get through this rough time and avoid water shortages.
- Cut back watering times for each zone by 5 minutes. This will save 20% or more on overall usage.
- Follow the time schedule for your watering zone. See map and legend below.
- Always follow Nassau County’s Odd/Even Watering Ordinance
-No watering between 10 AM and 4 PM
-Odd numbered homes water only on odd numbered days
-Even and non-numbered homes water only on even numbered days
- Always check for broken sprinkler heads or leaks that waste water.
Thank you for your cooperation and for being part of the solution!