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Georgetown Summer watering schedule. by Justin Wilson
December 29, 2010, 1:57 pm
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Summer Watering Plan
Last fall, the City Council approved an ordinance that enacts mandatory outdoor water user restrictions in the summer months.

Mandatory Water Restrictions
Starting on May 1 and lasting through September 30, the following restrictions apply to outdoor water use for the City of Georgetown water customers.

Water no more than 3 times a week with no watering permitted on Mondays.

Follow this schedule for irrigation systems and sprinklers, based on the last digit of your address number:

Odd addresses
Tuesday and/or Thursday and/or Saturday

Even addresses
Wednesday and/or Friday and/or Sunday

Watering is not permitted during the day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Watering with a hand-held hose or bucket can be done any time of day.

The use of irrigation systems and/or automatic sprinklers (i.e. not hand held) is not allowed at any time of day on Monday.

Violations of these restrictions may result in fines.

Applying for an Exception (Variance)
If you need to apply for an exception, please complete the Drought Contingency Plan Variance application, and submit it to

Irrigation Controllers
If you need assistance resetting your irrigation controller (sprinkler system), you can call (512) 930-3555.

Irrigation start times for automatic irrigation controllers are based upon the last digit of the customer address as follows:

Last digit: Start time:
0 or 8 12 a.m.
1 or 9 1 a.m.
2 2 a.m.
3 3 a.m.
4 4 a.m.
5 5 a.m.
6 6 a.m.
7 7 a.m.

Summer Water Conservation Rates
The summer conservation rates were changed to add an additional rate for very high use and with a minor adjustment to the first rate tier. Conservation rates now apply to small commercial customers. The rates are in effect for usage May through October (June through October 31 billings).

Monthly Water Use (Rate per thousand gallons)

Inside City Limits Outside City Limits
0 – 18,000 gallons $2.25 $2.60
19,000 – 29,000 gallons $3.00 $3.35
30,000 – 39,000 gallons $4.50 $4.85
40,000 – 74,000 gallons $6.00 $6.35
75,000 gallons or more $7.50 $7.85

Sign up for AquaAlerts
You may be able to receive automated AquaAlert emails from the City’s AquaMessenger system when your monthly use exceeds a pre-set level. AquaAlerts may not be available in all areas. Sign up by calling the Utility Billing Office at (512) 930-3640 or go to the online AquaMessenger Sign-up Page . You may also fill out the form, print it and mail the form to: Utility Billing Office, 300-1 Industrial Avenue, Georgetown, TX 78626.

This service isn’t available in all areas. When you register, you will receive an email indicate whether your account is eligible.

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Requirements for irrigation permit in Georgetown by Justin Wilson
December 29, 2010, 1:54 pm
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This is an attached informational about what is required when installing a sprinkler system in Georgetown, TX

August 5th, 2009 by webmaster
When is a lawn sprinkler permit required?
A lawn sprinkler permit is required before you install any lawn irrigation system which you permanently connect to the City’s water supply. A lawn sprinkler permit is not required when making repairs to the piping of an existing lawn irrigation system unless the back-flow prevention device is being replaced.

To apply for a lawn sprinkler permit, complete the Irrigation Backflow Prevention Application and submit with appropriate supporting documents to 300 S. Industrial, Georgetown, Texas.

How do I get a lawn sprinkler permit?
You must complete and submit an application to the Inspection Services Department. A contractor may do the work if licensed by the State of Texas as a lawn irrigation contractor and is registered with the City of Georgetown or a licensed master plumber by the State of Texas.

Homeowners may do the work themselves on their property and no special test or registration is required. However, in order to install your own lawn irrigation system, you must have filed a Homestead Exemption Certificate with the County Tax Office, or present proof that you currently own and occupy the dwelling.

Do I need backflow prevention?
A backflow prevention device must be inspected and approved upon installation of the system and prior to its use.

After the system has been completed an inspection by a State certified back flow prevention tester must be conducted and a cross connection test report form must be completed. This form may be picked up from the Inspection Services Department and must be returned to the Inspection Services Department within 72 hours of test completion.

How long does it take?
In most cases, irrigation permits are issued on the spot.

Almost an Inch by Justin Wilson
December 29, 2010, 4:26 am
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Ive picked up almost an inch on my Georgetown rain guage. The rain is badly needed. Although it seems like the wrong time for Georgetown sprinkler repair, now is the best time to do your project before spring. If you are a business you can even squeeze the cost in on this years expenses. Call us today in Georgetown for our winter specials.

Winter Here in Georgetown by Justin Wilson
December 28, 2010, 1:55 pm
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Howdy folks! Winter is here in Georgetown and hopefully you checked you backflow preventors for insulation. Dont forget to make sure they are insulated from the cold. See our pricing page for costs but backflow preventors can be extra pricey.

We also are now offering winter specials. Many jobs are now priced 10-15% off regular prices.

Call NOW!

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