Spring Hill is Seeking Voluntary Water Conservation from Customers
(Stage 1 Water Watch)
Spring Hill is experiencing very high usage within its water district during daylight hours. Although Spring Hill is able to provide enough water to supply this area under normal conditions, the extreme demand is drawing down storage levels and creating a strain on our distribution capacity.
Without cooperative action, this could cause low pressure problems within our district area and affect our ability to retain water reserves for fire suppression.
We are asking our customers to alternate outdoor watering based on their house address number until further notice, as follows:
* Even # house: Outdoor use on even numbered days
* Odd # house: Outdoor use on odd numbered days
This is not yet a restriction. Customers can continue to use water as they need. We are simply asking for our customer’s voluntary cooperation to help Spring Hill balance out demand by alternating the days of the week they water. With customer’s help we can continue meeting the water needs both indoors and outdoors as well as maintain water reserves for public safety.
For more information, residents can call Public Works at (913) 592-3317, and we will post updates to our website and FaceBook pages.