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Irrigation and Outdoor Use Restrictions
◦Residential Customers are assigned a water budget of 74 gallons per person per day.
◦Commercial Customers are required to reduce usage by 40%.
◦Irrigation of lawns (commercial, residential, industrial) is prohibited day or night.
◦Sprinklers and drip irrigation is prohibited.
◦Hosing down driveways and hardscapes is prohibited.
◦Washing personal vehicles is prohibited.
◦New swimming pool permits will not be authorized unless water is sourced from outside Healdsburg’s potable water system.
◦Dust control, compaction, and other construction must use recycled water; potable water is prohibited.
**HAND WATERING IS ALLOWED SO LONG AS IT'S WITHIN THE ALOTTED WATER BUDGET**
Restaurants and Food Establishments
◦Drinking water upon request only
Leaks and Repairs
◦If you discover a water leak or receive a water leak notice from the City, repair it within 72 hours.
In the Kitchen & Laundry - Only run your dishwasher and washing machines when they are full.- Instead of running the faucet to wait for cold water, fill a pitcher of water with drinking water and store it in your refrigerator.
Outdoors - When washing your car, use soap and water from a bucket.- Use a hose with a shut-off nozzle for the final rinse only. - Use a broom instead of a hose to clean your driveway.- Landscape with plants that require low water consumption.- Water your lawn no more than every third day, and only during the cool time of the day in the morning or evening.- Adjust the sprinklers so only the lawn and plants are being watered, not your house, the sidewalk or the street.
Free water conservation devices are available at the Community Development Center (435 Allan Ct.)