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Village ordinance allows watering between the hours of 6-9 a.m. and 6-9 p.m. on even-numbered days for residences with even-numbered addresses, and on odd-numbered days for residences with odd-numbered addresses. Newly installed sod may be watered daily for the first seven days for up to six hours per day. After seven days, the normal watering restrictions per Village Ordinance will apply. This excludes sod installed in July and August (odd-even restrictions will apply).
No, Village Ordinance does not allow a reduction of the sewer bill for water used for irrigation.
Hydrant flushing is usually performed in the fall of each year. Signs are placed at entrances to subdivisions before flushing. Customers may want to delay laundering clothing until the lines are clear.
Your County Health Department can answer most questions. They can also provide a layout of your system if they have it on file.
When air enters the water, it will appear milky. Fill a glass with water let it sit. After a few minutes, the air will be gone. The air could be from the water main or a household water fixture aeration device.
This is called a precipitate. The mineral deposits in the water come out of the solution during freezing and are now on the bottom of the glass. This is a natural occurrence and the water is safe to drink.