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Why care after avoiding Day 0

Below are some of the main reasons it is important to conserve water.
- We can minimize the effects of a future drought or water shortage.
- It guards against rising costs and political conflict.
- It helps to preserve our environment. We have already tasted the results of climate change.
- It helps us build safer and more beautiful communities.
- It can make water available for recreational purposes again.

Water conservation requires forethought and effort, but every little bit helps. Don't think that what you do does not matter. We can all make changes in our lifestyles to reduce our water usage. The trick is making water conservation a way of life—not just something we think about once in a while.

Latest Level 3 Restriction Adjustments

The dams supplying the city are at a much healthier level, so as of March 2019, the following adjustments were made.
This does not mean that our responsibilities are ceased, protecting our resources remains of the highest importance.


Water-efficient irrigation methods using potable water are now allowed for a for a maximum of one hour on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays either before 9am or after 6pm.

Sprinkler / hosepipe

Sprinkler or hosepipe fitted with a self-closing nozzle are allowed on Saturdays.

Bucket / watering can

Watering gardens using a bucket or watering can is still allowed, and watering hours are restricted to before 9am or after 6pm for one hour per day per property.

Water-efficient irrigation:

– Dripper systems
– Drip-lines
– Soaker hose irrigation systems
– Sub-surface or direct-to-root irrigation methods are highly efficient and cost-effective.