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Posted on: March 27, 2017

St. Johns River Water Management District is warning of a possible water shortage

St. Johns River Water Management District is warning of a possible water shortage due to the low amount of rainfall in 2017.

“As of February 28, hydrologic conditions indicate there is an increased likelihood that there will be insufficient water to meet the estimated user demands or to protect the water resource from serious harm in portions of Flagler County [and six other counties].”

Please be water smart and help our community by conserving water. This can be accomplished by not overwatering your lawn, which is limited to twice a week during daylight savings time. Wash only full loads of laundry. Do not let the tap run while you are brushing your teeth. Wash your car less often. Please, let’s all pitch in to conserve water. Together we can make a difference.

Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

The following links are from the St. Johns River Water Management District’s web-site regarding tips for conserving water and lawn watering restrictions:

Water Conservation Guide

Watering Restrictions Fact Sheet 

Optimal Sprinkler Heights for Turf Grasses

Optimal Mowing Heights for Turf Grasses

12 Simple Ways to Save Water

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