Watering restrictions in Lake Country

Find easy but effective tips to conserve water at www.MakeWaterWork.ca.

  • Jul. 29, 2015 7:00 p.m.

The District of Lake Country is currently at Water Conservation Stage 2. That means sprinkling is permitted two days per week on the following schedule:

Addresses ending in 0 – Saturday & Wednesday

Addresses ending in 1 – Sunday & Wednesday

Addresses ending in 2 – Monday & Saturday

Addresses ending in 3 & 4 – Tuesday & Saturday

Addresses ending in 5 – Wednesday & Saturday

Addresses ending in 6 & 7 – Thursday & Sunday

Addresses ending in 8 & 9 – Friday & Sunday

The District is urging all residents to do their part to conserve water. For residential users to conserve 30 per cent, that can be achieved by moving to two days/week watering schedule.

And if you must water outdoors, make water work more efficiently and effectively. Find easy but effective tips at www.MakeWaterWork.ca.

Residential outdoor watering accounts for the second highest use of all water in the Okanagan (24 per cent). At the same time, there is less water available per person in the Okanagan than anywhere in Canada.

Considering most of the residential water used outdoors is used on lawns—which are mostly for cosmetic use—this is where we all can make a difference and Make Water Work.

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