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SCWD logo650By Andrea Swayne

The South Coast Water District voted unanimously on Tuesday to declare a Level 2 Water Supply Warning in response to Governor Edmund G. Brown’s April 1 executive order requiring the reduction of potable water consumption by 25 percent over 2013 usage.

Restrictions include: Landscape irrigation is limited to one day per week between 5 p.m. and 9 a.m., Monday for residential customers and Wednesday for businesses, HOAs, government facilities and schools. Washing vehicles, filling or refilling ornamental ponds and swimming pools is prohibited.

“Everyone in Dana Point will be affected by our action,” Wayne Rayfield, SCWD Board of Directors President. “The new requirements will be summarized in a bill insert that we will be sending to all of our customers very soon.”

Click on the link below to see the insert detailing water restrictions. The insert will be mailed with water bills to all SCWD customers:

SCWD April Bill Insert

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