Temple: City implements Stage 2 H2O restrictions – KWTX.com
July 21, 2018 - Essential Water
TEMPLE, Texas (KWTX) The City of Temple Friday implemented Stage 2 of a H2O charge plan, that sets boundary on outside H2O use and prohibits non-essential H2O use.
“After 5 uninterrupted days of triple series temperatures, we have now seen a direct for H2O strech a turn that warrants activation of a second theatre of a H2O charge plan,” Utility Director Damon Boniface said.
“We are means to yield adequate H2O for all a customers, however imperative H2O charge is indispensable during this time so that we can continue to yield safe, peculiarity H2O to a customers.”
Stage 2 requirements
• Limit irrigation of landscaped areas to dual days per week (as reserved by travel residence numbers below), usually before 10:00 am or after 8:00 pm on designated watering days. Sundays and Thursdays for business with a travel residence finale in an even series (0, 2, 4, 6 or 8); Saturdays and Wednesdays for H2O business with a travel residence finale in an peculiar series (1, 3, 5, 7, or 9);
• Fill, refill, or supplement to any indoor or outside swimming pools, wading pools, or Jacuzzi-type pools usually on designated watering days;
• Prohibit operations of any elaborate fountain or pool for cultured or scenic functions solely where required to support nautical life or where such fountains or ponds are versed with a recirculation system;
• Limit use of H2O from hydrants to firefighting, associated activities, or other activities required to say open health, safety, and welfare, solely that use of H2O from designated glow hydrant for construction functions authorised underneath special assent from a City;
• Prohibit use of H2O for a irrigation of golf march greens, tees, and fairways solely on designated watering days before 10:00 am or after 8:00 pm;
• Prohibit restaurants from portion H2O to congregation solely on ask of a patron; and;
• Prohibit all non-essential H2O uses including soaking down sidewalks, walkways, driveways, parking lots, tennis courts, or other hard-surfaced areas; use of H2O to rinse down buildings or structures for functions other than evident glow protection; use of H2O for dirt control; flushing gutters or needing H2O to run or amass in any gutter or street; and disaster to correct a controllable leak(s) within a reasonable duration after carrying been given notice directing a correct of such leak
(Source: City of Temple)