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Graphic says "water only one day a week in winter"

Are you overwatering your landscape? Your mandatory winter watering schedule allows only one day a week through February—and high water use will cost you! Change your watering clock now to your one assigned day to avoid costly water waste fines. And remember, watering on Sundays is never permitted.

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Graphic with drip heads says "drip it don't drown it - plants on drip systems need FAR LESS water than grass on sprinklers"

Do your plants have a drinking problem?

Don't overwater your plants! In winter, we recommend watering plants on drip systems 1 day every week or two, with duration depending on emitter flow. Grass on sprinkler systems can be watered for 12 minutes total per assigned watering day to avoid runoff and water waste.

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