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With extreme hot weather forecast for this weekend, we will be monitoring our water supply sources and water quality, as we always do, to ensure that your water remains the highest-quality and most dependable life-sustaining resource. To ensure there’s sufficient water to meet the needs of all our customers and put less stress on local water sources and the environment, please use water wisely:

     ● Shift non-critical water use, like washing clothes or dishes, to the early morning or later in the evening; use appliances only when fully loaded

     ● Minimize lawn and garden watering; water before 7 a.m. or after 7 p.m. to avoid evaporation

     ● Take short showers, not baths

     ● Refrain from topping off pools unless necessary


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