City to force mandatory water restrictions
Last Digit of Address Watering Days Allowed
0, 2,4,6, or 8 (Even Numbers) Sundays and Thursdays
1,3,5,7, or 9 (Odd Numbers) Saturdays and Wednesdays
LANCASTER – The city of Lancaster began enforcing mandatory water restrictions Monday, Dec. 12. in accordance with Stage 2 of the Lancaster Drought Contingency Plan.
Apartments, office building complexes or other property with multiple addresses may identify their designated watering day by the lowest address number.
Irrigation of landscaped areas is further limited to the hours of 12 midnight until 10 a.m. and between 6 p.m. and 12 midnight on designated watering days.
Irrigation of landscaped areas is permitted at any time by hand-held hose, faucet filled bucket or drip irrigation system.
As a city of Dallas wholesale water customer, Lancaster is enacting the Drought Contingency Plan to address the ongoing drought weather conditions impacting Dallas’ water supply.
Water conservation measures in place are to facilitate a goal of a five percent reduction in water consumption.
For more detailed information regarding the Mandatory Stage 2 Watering Restrictions and associated violations, visit www.lancaster-tx.com or www.savedallaswater.com.
The city of Lancaster Public Works Department is available to answer all inquires at 972-218-2324.