Mandatory Conservation Plan

About


Did you know that Edmond's water usage more than doubles during the hot summer months? Our daily water use is typically 10 to 11 million gallons per day. As the temperature climbs, so does our water use. During the hottest, driest part of the summer our water usage can climb to more than 25 million gallons per day!

Edmond participates in a mandatory regional water conservation plan. According to an agreement with Oklahoma City, all customer cities must implement a water conservation program at least as stringent as Oklahoma City’s water conservation program. Along with the City of Edmond, other customer cities include Norman, Moore, Piedmont, El Reno, Yukon, Mustang, Blanchard, and the Deer Creek water district.

The City of Edmond implemented a regional mandatory water conservation program on May 6, 2013.

What stage are we currently in?
The City of Edmond is currently in Stage 1 of the regional mandatory water conservation plan.

The following table indicates the stages now followed by the City of Edmond:
Stage
Type of Residency Last Number of Address Calendar Date/Day
1.
Mandatory Odd/Even Lawn Watering (default stage)
All Types
Odd
Even
Odd
Even
2.
2-Day a Week Lawn Watering
Single-Family



All Other Types
Odd

Even

--
Saturday & Wednesday
Sunday & Thursday
Tuesday & Friday
3.
1-Day a Week Lawn Watering
Single-Family



Multi-Family
Commercial or Gov't.
1 or 3
5, 7, or 9
0 or 2
4, 6 or 8
--
--
Saturday
Wednesday
Sunday
Thursday
Tuesday
Friday
4.
Hand Water Gardens & Flower Beds Only and Commercial Car Washes with Water Recycling Operations Only
     
5.
Ban on All Outdoor Watering & Washing Vehicl
     

Keep Informed


In addition to our website, the local media and our Edmond Live TV Cox Channel 20 and ATT U-Verse Channel 99 will provide information about the current conservation level.

You can help us conserve water and reduce your water costs through sound lawn care practices. For example, override your automatic sprinkler system if we've just received rain. Too much water will cause your grass to have shallow roots. You can purchase a device to add to your sprinkler system that measures the amount of water on the lawn and keeps your automatic system from coming on after, or in the midst, of rain.

Make sure you aren't wasting this vital natural resource by watering the sidewalk, street or your driveway with your water sprinklers.

With your cooperation, we can slow the flow of water this summer!