Take all practical steps to reduce your water usage Switch off irrigation systems and prioritise watering fruit and vegetables only. Use a trigger on your hose to direct water where you need it most. Where practical, use a bucket or watering can. Use a cover on permanent and portable pools to prevent 97% of water evaporating and use appropriate chemicals to… Read More Water Level 3 for users of Hamilton Water supply
Sprinklers 6-8am and 6-8pm.Hand-held hosing any time. https://www.smartwater.org.nz/alert-levels/ Waikato District Council is no longer part of the Smart Water alert level water restrictions. However, if you live in Tauwhare, Gordonton, Matangi, Tamahere, Newstead/Eureka, Wallace Rd and Stonebridge estate, you will continue to be subject to the same water restrictions as Hamilton City. To receive a notification… Read More Matangi Water restrictions to be the same as Hamilton. Level 1 begins 17.12.2020
https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/news/media-releases/article/2020/01/14/sprinkler-restrictions-increased-as-hamilton-moves-to-water-alert-level-2 Water Alert Level 2 If you are connected to the Hamilton water supply you can use sprinkler systems on alternate days between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Hand held hosing can be used anytime.
As always check the latest information at SmartWater.org
The Waikato district is currently on Water Alert Level 1 Water Alert Level 1 means using a sprinkler between 6am – 8am and 6pm – 8pm or hand-held hosing at any time. You can check which alert level we are at here _________________________________________ Ideas on how to use water wisely from Smart Water are as… Read More Water Restrictions
The Waikato District has no restrictions now according to the Smart Water website
These signs are up again showing we are at Level 1 Water Alert Level 1 means using a sprinkler between 6am – 8am and 6pm – 8pm or hand-held hosing at any time. Further information at Waikato District Site about current level go to this link: Waikato District Alert Level