§ 52.26  WATER DEMANDS AND FIRE FLOWS.
   (A)   Average daily water demand shall be computed on the basis of 100 gallons per capita per day for residential development or for non-residential water demands, in accordance with Table 1, Quantities of Sewage Flows, set forth in the Private Sewage Disposal Licensing Act, being 225 ILCS 225, as herein amended and the state’s Environment Protection Act, Ill. Admin. Code Title 35.
   (B)   Maximum daily water demand shall be computed on the basis of two times the average daily water demand.
   (C)   Maximum hourly water demand shall be computed on the basis of three times the average daily water consumption.
   (D)   Fire demand shall be computed for a two-hour duration for fire flows up to 2,500 gpm. Any required duration greater than two hours or fire flow above 2,500 gpm is beyond the capability of the village water supply and, therefore, should be provided by the property owner. The aforedescribed fire flows assume the following demands:
 
Apartment type construction
2,000 gpm
Business and commercial areas
2,500 gpm
Industrial and storage
2,500 gpm
Single-family detached residential
1,000 gpm
Town/row or cluster housing
2,000 gpm
 
   (E)   All water main and appurtenances shall extend to the furthest limits of the tract as directed by the Village Engineer in a manner consistent with sound engineering practices.
(Ord. 350, passed 11-2-2011)