City Of Clermont Irrigation Schedule What You Need To Know

Dated: 03/08/2017

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Mandatory Restrictions


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The mandatory water use restrictions apply to everyone, regardless of whether the water comes from a private well, surface water, or a private or public utility.  The rule applies to homeowners and businesses, anyone who uses water outdoors.

  • Irrigation on these designated days is only permitted when necessary due to the lack of rainfall and only once per scheduled watering day.

  • In no case may irrigation exceed 1 hour per zone per scheduled watering day.

  • On scheduled days, irrigation times run from midnight to midnight. Midnight the day before to midnight the scheduled day, but not between 10:00 AM & 4:00 pm.

  • Hand watering is permitted anytime provided that the hose is equipped with an automatic shut-off device (when you let go, the flow stops).

  • Portable sprinklers, soaker hoses or low-volume sprinklers are not permitted unless equipped with a timing device that automatically shuts off the flow of water. These devices are also restricted to use during the above days and times.

  • Irrigation of new landscaping is permitted every day for the first 30 days (except between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.), if necessary due to lack of rainfall. Only those zones with substantial new (more than 50%) landscape material may be watered daily. Small areas of new foliage or sod must be hand-watered.

  • Systems must be maintained in the most conservative fashion avoiding overspray and runoff onto streets, driveways, walkways and other non-irrigated areas.

  • Fines are $50, $250, and $500 respectively and the possibility of disconnection of irrigation water service for ongoing violations.

  • Lawn pest or fertilizer applications by companies require a dated yard marker and watering when required, may only occur within 24 hours of such application. Applications by residents must comply with the above watering schedule.



Daylight Savings Time Restrictions

Please be advised of the following:

  • These restrictions begin the 2nd Sunday of March until the 1st Sunday in November.

  • Landscape irrigation is restricted to a maximum of two days per week.

  • Irrigation may not occur between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. for any reason.

  • Locations receiving irrigation twice a week from a common community system may not exceed the "two-day-per-week" rule.

  • Addresses ending in odd numbers: Wednesday & Saturday.

  • Addresses ending in even numbers: Thursday & Sunday.

  • Non-residential locations: Tuesday & Friday.

The following subdivisions ONLY will follow the schedule below:

Summit Greens, Southern Fields and Regency Hills   

  • Addresses ending in odd numbers - Monday & Thursday

  • Addresses ending in even numbers - Tuesday & Friday

Eastern Savings Time Restrictions

Please be advised of the following:

  • These restrictions begin the 1st Sunday in November to the 2nd Sunday in March.

  • Watering is allowed only 1 day per week.

  • This applies to ALL customers.

  • Irrigation of existing landscaping with odd numbered addresses is allowed on Saturday only.

  • Irrigation of existing landscaping with even numbered addresses is allowed on Sunday only.

The following subdivisions ONLY will follow the schedule below:

Summit Greens   

  • Addresses ending in odd numbers - Monday

  • Addresses ending in even numbers - Tuesday

Southern Fields and Regency Hills

  • Addresses ending in odd numbers - Thursday

  • Addresses ending in even numbers - Friday

Non-residential irrigation is permitted on Tuesday only.

TIPS

  • Rain sensors are required on ALL irrigation systems and should be set to ½” with the vents closed.  Properly calibrated and functioning sensors will not only save water…they save money!

  • Change the back-up battery in your controller annually.  A weak or bad battery can cause your system program to jump settings during a power failure or surge. 

  • Make it a habit to periodically check the setting in your controller to make sure they comply with the mandatory restrictions.  This could prevent you from receiving a violation and/or fine.

If you have any questions you can call our Water Conservation Coordinator at (352) 241-0178.

“SAVING WATER STARTS WITH YOU”

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