Posted on: May 4, 2017

Year-round water conservation rules in effect

As of November 2016 the Year-round Water conservation rules went into effect:

  Effective immediately, customers should follow the year-round water conservation rules, keeping in mind that lawns and landscaping typically need less than one inch of water per week during the winter. Drought tolerant landscapes with native plants need even less.
While sprinkler irrigation is allowed any day of the week, it is only allowed between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 11:00 a.m.
  For a full list of the City of Boerne water conservation measures and/or restrictions by stage, please contact the Utility Customer Service office at (830)249-9511 or view the City’s Conservation and Emergency Drought Management Plan online at www.boerne-tx.gov by looking for Chapter 22 (Utilities) of the Code of Ordinances.
  Boerne Water Utility customers rely on a combined water resource which includes ground water from wells, and surface water from Boerne City Lake and surface water from Canyon Lake through a contract with the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority.

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