Our warm spring weather has arrived, drying our soil after our last rainstorm. So you might need to set your irrigation controller to water about 10% to 20% of normal summer use, or to one day per week.
Please don't forget – we are still in the middle of a drought, and the city of Long Beach has water prohibitions in place. Watering is only allowed on Monday's, Thursday's and Saturday's for 10 minutes each station.
Conserve water, because we all have better things to spend our money on than water that's just being wasted!
Your Long Beach Weekly Weather Forecast:
Almost no chance of rain in the coming week, with temperatures quickly rising to the high 80's this weekend, then cooling to the mid-70's later in the week.
Lawn-to-Garden T0ur 2014
Saturday, May 3rd from 10:00am - 2:00pm
Register for the FREE Third Annual Lawn-to-Garden Tour at www.lblawntogarden.comor call (562) 570-2313.
Don't miss the opportunity to visit over 30 newly transformed gardens. Get first-hand information from the residents on how easy it is to take part in the program while finding the inspiration you need to start your own drought tolerant garden.
"In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt."
― Margaret Atwood
This "eWatering Update" is a free service of the Long Beach Water Department, to help our valued customers conserve water, one of our most important natural resources. eWatering Update notifies our customers when they probably need to increase, decrease or turn off their landscape irrigation; saving customers a lot of water and money, particularly in the Winter. Visit us at: www.lbwater.org
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