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Non-Potable Irrigation Watering Restrictions

Water is a resource we sometimes take for granted in a state that often experiences droughts. A large portion of the water we use is for outdoor irrigation for our lawns and gardens. This is why we must be thoughtful about our outdoor water use to ensure we are protecting the resource for the future.

Non-potable irrigation customers with the Town of Eaton have the following watering restrictions:

Free Lawn Watering Audits for Town Residents!

Are you struggling to wrap your head around your sprinkler system? The Town of Eaton and Resource Central can help with a FREE sprinkler consultation. Resource Central Technicians will run a few tests to check your sprinklers’ efficiency and diagnose any problems your system might have. At the end of your consultation, you’ll receive a customized watering schedule designed to reduce water usage and keep your lawn healthy and beautiful all summer long!

Special Election Regarding SB 152

Residents may begin to receive their ballots for the special election regarding Senate Bill 152 (SB 152). SB 152 was passed by the State Legislature in 2005 and prohibits local control and involvement, either directly or indirectly, in the provision of areas like high speed internet. Along with it's prohibitions, SB 152 contains a provision that permits voter approval to give their communities the ability to be involved and engaged on the topic of high speed internet provision.

 

May 31 Update: Maplewood Irrigation System Outage

The Town would like to thank residents for their patience and understanding regarding the outage at the Maplewood non-potable system. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.

The contractor will be finishing well casing repairs and preparation work this weekend. The replacement pump will be delivered and installed by Wednesday or Thursday of next week, once installed the system will be operational.