§ 56.18 TABLES. 
Water Shortage Stage 2
Table 2
Residential
Commercial/Industrial
Type of Watering or use
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Automatic irrigation system
Yes
(5)
Yes
(5)
Sprinkler watering
Yes
(5)
Yes
(5)
Hose watering
Yes
(5)
Yes
(5)
Hand watering
Yes
None
Yes
None
Non-potable water
Yes
None
Yes
None
Vehicle washing (1)
No
Not allowed
Yes
None
Washing down of streets, sidewalks, buildings etc.
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling or topping off pools (2)
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling of topping off fountains or ponds (2)
No
Not allowed
No
See footnote
Pressure washing (3)
No
Not allowed
Yes
None
Health and safety needs (4)
Yes
None
Yes
None
Footnotes.
(1)   Commercial car washes or business must be permanently located.
(2)   Allowable only to maintain aquatic life.
(3)   Commercial pressure washers may continue to operate if activity required for health and safety.
(4)   Requires documentation of health and safety needs.
**   Commercial companies regularly engaged in the sale of plants may water as needed to maintain plant life.
Definitions.  For the purpose of this table the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION SYSTEM. Any system that performs landscape irrigation or watering via a timer, controller or other device, which operates independent of on site supervision or control.
HAND WATERING. Watering from hand-held can or container, not connected to or filled from a hose or outside spigot.
HOSE WATERING. Watering from a garden or other type of watering hose connected to an inside or outside spigot or faucet.
NON-POTABLE WATER.  Water from any source other than the potable drinking water supply system.  Does not include “grey” water as defined by the Health Department.
SPRINKLER WATERING. Watering from a hose connected sprinkler or from sprinklers connected to an irrigation system, with fixed heads that may or may not include an automatic timer control.
 
(Ord. O-2007-35, passed 12-4-07)
Water Shortage Stage 2A
Table 2A
Residential
Commercial/Industrial
Type of Watering or use
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Automatic irrigation system
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Sprinkler watering
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Hose watering
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Hand watering
Yes
None
Yes
None
Non-potable water
Yes
None
Yes
None
Vehicle washing (1)
No
Not allowed
Yes
None
Washing down of streets, sidewalks, buildings etc.
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling or topping off pools (2)
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling of topping off fountains or ponds (2)
No
Not allowed
No
See footnote
Pressure washing (3)
No
Not allowed
Yes
None
Health and safety needs (4)
Yes
None
Yes
None
Footnotes.
(1)   Commercial car washes or business must be permanently located.
(2)   Allowable only to maintain aquatic life.
(3)   Commercial pressure washers may continue to operate if activity required for health and safety.
(4)   Requires documentation of health and safety needs.
**   Commercial companies regularly engaged in the sale of plants may water as needed to maintain plant life.
Definitions.  For the purpose of this table the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION SYSTEM. Any system that performs landscape irrigation or watering via a timer, controller or other device, which operates independent of on site supervision or control.
HAND WATERING. Watering from hand-held can or container, not connected to or filled from a hose or outside spigot.
HOSE WATERING. Watering from a garden or other type of watering hose connected to an inside or outside spigot or faucet.
NON-POTABLE WATER.  Water from any source other than the potable drinking water supply system.  Does not include “grey” water as defined by the Health Department.
SPRINKLER WATERING. Watering from a hose connected sprinkler or from sprinklers connected to an irrigation system, with fixed heads that may or may not include an automatic timer control.
 
(Ord. O-2007-35, passed 12-4-07)
Water Shortage Stage 3
Table 3
Residential
Commercial/Industrial
Type of Watering or use
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Automatic irrigation system
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Sprinkler watering
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Hose watering
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Hand watering
Yes
None
Yes
None
Non-potable water
Yes
None
Yes
None
Vehicle washing (1)
No
Not allowed
Yes
None
Washing down of streets, sidewalks, buildings etc.
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling or topping off pools (2)
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Fire hydrant meter accounts
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Dust control or earth compaction
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling of topping off fountains or ponds (2)
No
Not allowed
No
See footnote
Pressure washing (3)
No
Not allowed
Yes
None
Health and safety needs (4)
Yes
None
Yes
None
Footnotes.
(1)   Commercial car washes or business must be permanently located.
(2)   Allowable only to maintain aquatic life.
(3)   Commercial pressure washers may continue to operate if activity required for health and safety.
(4)   Requires documentation of health and safety needs.
(5)   Excessive use surcharges apply.
**   Commercial companies regularly engaged in the sale of plants may water as needed to maintain plant life.
 
 
Definitions.  For the purpose of this table the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION SYSTEM. Any system that performs landscape irrigation or watering via a timer, controller or other device, which operates independent of on site supervision or control.
HAND WATERING. Watering from hand-held can or container, not connected to or filled from a hose or outside spigot.
HOSE WATERING. Watering from a garden or other type of watering hose connected to an inside or outside spigot or faucet.
NON-POTABLE WATER.  Water from any source other than the potable drinking water supply system.  Does not include “grey” water as defined by the Health Department.
SPRINKLER WATERING. Watering from a hose connected sprinkler or from sprinklers connected to an irrigation system, with fixed heads that may or may not include an automatic timer control.
 
(Ord. O-2007-35, passed 12-4-07)
 
Water Shortage Stage 4
Table 4
Residential
Commercial/Industrial
Type of Watering or use
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Automatic irrigation system
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Sprinkler watering
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Hose watering
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Hand watering
Yes
None
Yes
None
Non-potable water
Yes
None
Yes
None
Vehicle washing (1)
No
Not allowed
Yes
None
Washing down of streets, sidewalks, buildings etc.
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling or topping off pools (2)
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Fire hydrant meter accounts
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Dust control or earth compaction
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling of topping off fountains or ponds (2)
No
Not allowed
No
See footnote
Pressure washing (3)
No
Not allowed
Yes
None
Health and safety needs (4)
Yes
None
Yes
None
 
 
Footnotes.
(1)   Commercial car washes or business must be permanently located.
(2)   Allowable only to maintain aquatic life.
(3)   Commercial pressure washers may continue to operate if activity required for health and safety.
(4)   Requires documentation of health and safety needs.
(5)   Excessive use surcharges apply.
**   Commercial companies regularly engaged in the sale of plants may water as needed to maintain plant life.
 
 
Definitions.  For the purpose of this table the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION SYSTEM. Any system that performs landscape irrigation or watering via a timer, controller or other device, which operates independent of on site supervision or control.
HAND WATERING. Watering from hand-held can or container, not connected to or filled from a hose or outside spigot.
HOSE WATERING. Watering from a garden or other type of watering hose connected to an inside or outside spigot or faucet.
NON-POTABLE WATER.  Water from any source other than the potable drinking water supply system.  Does not include “grey” water as defined by the Health Department.
SPRINKLER WATERING. Watering from a hose connected sprinkler or from sprinklers connected to an irrigation system, with fixed heads that may or may not include an automatic timer control.
 
(Ord. O-2007-35, passed 12-4-07)
 
Water Shortage Stage 5
Table 5
Residential
Commercial/Industrial
Type of Watering or use
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Allowed
Time Restrictions
Automatic irrigation system
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Sprinkler watering
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Hose watering
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Hand watering
No
Not allowed
Not allowed
Non-potable water
Yes
None
Yes
None
Vehicle washing (1)
No
Not allowed
Yes
None
Washing down of streets, sidewalks, buildings etc.
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling or topping off pools (2)
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Fire hydrant meter accounts
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
 
Dust control or earth compaction
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Filling of topping off fountains or ponds (2)
No
Not allowed
No
See footnote
Pressure washing (3)
No
Not allowed
No
Not allowed
Health and safety needs (4)
Yes
None
Yes
None
Footnotes.
(1)   Commercial car washes or business must be permanently located.
(2)   Allowable only to maintain aquatic life.
(3)   Commercial pressure washers may continue to operate if activity required for health and safety.
(4)   Requires documentation of health and safety needs.
(5)   Excessive use surcharges apply.
**   Commercial companies regularly engaged in the sale of plants may water as needed to maintain plant life.
 
 
Definitions.  For the purpose of this table the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION SYSTEM. Any system that performs landscape irrigation or watering via a timer, controller or other device, which operates independent of on site supervision or control.
HAND WATERING. Watering from hand-held can or container, not connected to or filled from a hose or outside spigot.
HOSE WATERING. Watering from a garden or other type of watering hose connected to an inside or outside spigot or faucet.
NON-POTABLE WATER.  Water from any source other than the potable drinking water supply system.  Does not include “grey” water as defined by the Health Department.
SPRINKLER WATERING. Watering from a hose connected sprinkler or from sprinklers connected to an irrigation system, with fixed heads that may or may not include an automatic timer control.
 
(Ord. O-2007-35, passed 12-4-07)