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Media Release - Watering restrictions will affect City households

Due to hot and dry summer conditions, the City of Powell River is implementing stage 2 water restrictions as of Tuesday, July 31, 2018.
“Please do your part to conserve water,” said Tor Birtig, Director of Infrastructure.
The following are some of the important components of stage 2 water restrictions.
For lawn and garden sprinkling, both residential and non-residential, including flower and vegetable gardens, shrubs and trees, and decorative planters, only one hose is allowed to be used at a time.
Properties with odd-numbered street addresses may water between 12 am and 9 am on odd calendar days.
Properties with even-numbered street addresses may water between 12 am and 9 am on even calendar days.
Underground sprinkling systems may be used during the times noted above.
In terms of pressure washing and outdoor surface washing (private – non-commercial), outdoor washing can be done for health and safety purposes only, or to prepare a surface for painting or similar treatment. Washing for aesthetic purposes is prohibited.
Private car and vehicle washing can be done with one hose equipped with a spring-loaded shut off.
For more information on the City of Powell River’s waterworks regulations and bylaw, readers can follow this link:
For more information, contact:
Tor Birtig, Director of Infrastructure
(604) 485-8610

Event date: 
Tuesday, July 31, 2018 - 8:30am


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