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Southwest Florida Water Management District Issues Phase I Declaration
Posted Date:
5/2/2017
Longboat Key is within a 16-County area that is currently under a Modified Phase I Water Shortage Declaration by the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Phase I encourages all potable and well water users to be responsible, water conscious consumers.
 

The Town of Longboat Key is currently under new Phase I Watering Restrictions.  A “Phase I” declaration means that rainfall and groundwater conditions are below normal and warrant attention.  The SWFWMD Phase I Water Shortage rule prohibits wasteful and unnecessary water use.

 

Do your part by:

·     Reducing indoor water use.

·     Testing and repairing or adjusting each irrigation systems to address broken pipes and other leaks, damaged or tilted sprinkler heads, and other sources of water waste.

·     Continuing to follow applicable year-round water conservation measures. The Town’s once-per-week lawn watering schedule remains in place. Watering days and times can be found at www.longboatkey.org/Departments/PublicWorks.

·     For those entities with a Water Use Permit, continuing to follow any applicable conditions, including a review of current water conservation programs, (1) assuring that permit-required elements have been fully implemented and (2) determining what additional demand management measures could be reasonably employed, should resource conditions further deteriorate.

 

If you have any questions about how these restrictions apply to you, please visit www.longboatkey.org and Water.Restrictions@WaterMatters.org.

 

 

 
 
Town of Longboat Key    -    501 Bay Isles Road Longboat Key, FL 34228    -    Phone: (941) 316-1999 Fax: (941) 316-1656
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