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At approximately 3:06 pm on June 29, 2023 RCH WSC’s water demand has exceeded the contractual amount of 2.1 million gallons. This could lead to a critical situation that will trigger Stage 4 of the RCH WSC Drought Contingency Plan.

Please help our community by taking time to ensure irrigation of landscaped areas shall be limited to designated water days between the hours of 6 am and 10 am and between 8 pm and 12:00 midnight and shall be by means of hand-held hoses, hand-held buckets, or drip irrigation only.

The use of hose-end sprinklers or permanently installed automatic sprinkler systems are prohibited at all times.

Fire Chief Simmons has coordinated with local partners to be on standby for mobile water tanker trucks to deploy when needed. Our first responders will provide exceptional services through responsive teamwork and serving our community with a mission to protect lives and property. Chief reached out to RCH WSC Director to be proactive on the Drought Contingency Plan and signage will be placed throughout the district very soon. The RCH Board is actively engaging with Chief Simmons to foster effective communication to the district.

Use of water to wash any motor vehicles/boats on the premises and not in the immediate interest of public health, safety and welfare is prohibited. Commercial car washes and service stations shall operate between the hours of 6 am and 10 am and between 6 pm and 10 pm only.

The filling, refilling or adding of water to swimming pools, wading pools and Jacuzzi-type pools is prohibited.

Ornamental fountain or ponds for aesthetic or scenic purposes is prohibited except where necessary to support aquatic life or where such fountains or ponds are equipped with a re-circulation system.

Learn more about the Drought Contingency Plan