National Night Out!
Tuesday, August 4th 6:00pm
Pizza, ice cream, and prizes!
At the park by the pool
We have been informed by Settler’s Irrigation that water has been reduced to 60% of what had been flowing. This resulted in the system shutting down at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, 3:00 a.m. Wednesday, 10:30 p.m. Thursday, and 11:30 p.m. Friday. What that means is it is imperative that everyone stick to the watering schedule. The schedule is on Facebook under ‘Files’ and on the web at http://www.baldwinparkhoa.com/ listed under ‘Useful Links’. If everyone sticks to the schedule we should be able to keep the pumps from shutting down and turning off water for everyone. We also don’t have to have someone go out and turn the pumps back on.
As the pumps continue to shut down watering times have been missed and we have had to restrict the flow from the pumps. You may notice reduced water pressure in your sprinklers when water demand is high.
Brown spots in your yard should be watered with City water to green them up. Running irrigation water longer or off schedule will result in lower pressure, more pump outages, and more brown lawns.
This is what Settlers Posted on their Web:
WATERING SCHEDULES: When reviewing your watering schedule, please adhere to these guidelines: Homeowners are allowed to water only 4 days per week for no more than 2 hours on each of those days. For those who cannot set their timers to “Even” and “Odd” days, assume M, W, F, Su are “ODD” and Tu, Th, Sa are “EVEN”. Choose 4 or 3 days and set your times as indicated on the watering schedule. It is essential to follow your watering schedule in order to avoid low pressure issues.