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CONSERVATION

We should have plenty of water this year and don't expect any restrictions.  Still, we hope our customers will be good citizens and use water wisely.  Here are some tips.

Getting Ready for Spring and Summer Watering

  • Check sprinkler heads, connections and stop and waste for leaks.

  • Check automatic timers/watering systems (less water is needed than you may think).

  • Water during evening and night-time hours - not during the heat of the day.

  • Don't let your grass die -- it takes more water to revive a dead lawn than to keep if moderately green.

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Most of these programs are only available in large water districts like Salt Lake and Utah County.  We are on a list to be notified if they become available here.

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We recommend waiting a little longer to start watering your lawns. Our temperatures are still cool and we have received moisture recently.  We have no restrictions at this time.