Odd numbered addresses may only water on Sundays. Filling and refilling is permitted anytime. City Water Utility’s water conservation efforts. Stage 4 restrictions do not apply to the non-potable water system (former SEKID system). Under ’Stage 1’ properties with an odd number address can water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and those with an even address number can water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Manual sprinklers can operate between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. OR 7 p.m. and 12 a.m. (midnight) on the assigned day, up to three days per week. Water restriction stages run from ‘normal’ through to ‘Stage 4’ with increasing water use restrictions. No washing of sidewalks, driveways, patios, or eaves can occur. Residents in the area were shocked July 17 when the city imposed sudden and unprecedented Stage 3 water restrictions. Due to a burst pipe, all properties in Crawford and southeast Kelowna (except Hall Road) are now on ‘Stage 4’ water restrictions, which means the use of potable water for outdoor use including lawn and garden watering is prohibited until further notice. Kelowna residents will now have to be more mindful of what days they turn on their sprinklers, as city council has brought in new year-round watering rules. Water restrictions now in place for the City of Kelowna It’s the first day of summer and water restrictions are now in place for the City of Kelowna. Manual sprinklers can operate between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. OR 7 p.m. and 12 a.m. (midnight) on the assigned day, up to three days per week. “We appreciate the conservation efforts of residents in this area as we return to our normal watering restriction schedule.” said Andy Weremy, Water Operations Manager. According to those in attendance, upwards of 650 people were marching along Hwy 97 protesting restrictions … Southeast Kelowna is now on the same watering schedule as the rest of the City of Kelowna water utility. The City of Kelowna has relaxed water restrictions for customers in the Crawford area. September 1, 2020. Despite a cooler, and wetter-than-expected July, water restrictions remain in place for City of Kelowna water users. The city announced Wednesday it has now shifted from Stage 3 restrictions to Stage 2. Recent rising temperatures and excessive potable domestic water use is currently impacting reservoir supply levels in these areas. A Stage 3 outdoor watering restriction is now in effect for residential water use in Southeast Kelowna and Crawford areas, effective immediately. All City of Kelowna water utility customers are now on the normal irrigation schedule. After facing blow-back from East Kelowna and Crawford residents over surprise Stage 3 water restrictions, the city says it’s having “a positive impact” in the area. All City of Kelowna water utility customers are now on the normal irrigation schedule. All City of Kelowna water utility customers are now on the normal irrigation schedule. https://globalnews.ca/video/5868643/water-restrictions-for-parts-of-kelowna The 'Stage 4" water restrictions for southeast Kelowna and Crawford areas have been lifted. The situation is on the agenda for next week’s Kelowna city council meeting. Enter your e-mail address below: Water restriction in Southeast Kelowna lifted to stage one, normal watering schedule, Anita Tozer Memorial Award - bestowed by Mayor & Council, Augie Ciancone Memorial Award - Young Female Athlete, Augie Ciancone Memorial Award - Young Male Athlete, Bob Giordano Memorial Award - Coach of the Year, Bryan Couling Memorial Athletic Team of the Year Award, Central Okanagan Foundation Volunteer Organization of the Year Award, Fred Macklin and Sarah Donalda-Treadgold Memorial Award - Citizen of the Year, Neighbourhood grant expression of interest, Youth development and engagement grant application. “Stage one conservation efforts require all water users to be mindful of the water they use, in order to reduce overall demand by 10 per cent,” utility services manager Kevin Van Vliet said on Friday. Kelowna posted Aug 8, 2017 @ 11:00am by Josh Duncan Kelowna moves to stage 1 water restrictions Stage one watering restrictions are now in place for the City of Kelowna water utility. Learn more. Staff will report to Council this fall with a project review to identify lessons learned and any resiliency issues that need to be addressed before the 2021 irrigation season.”. 25. Assigned day water conservation measures help to reduce peak water demands, using water wisely so that we can continue to supply sufficient water for all needs. By being water wise, you are doing your part for the environment and saving money on your water bill. The restriction limits residents to watering their lawns and gardens only once per week. Automatic underground irrigation systems may run between 12 a.m. (midnight) and 6 a.m. up to three days per week. Assigned day water conservation measures help to reduce peak water demands, using water wisely so that we can continue to supply sufficient water for all needs. The rest of the City utility is still currently operating under the ‘Stage 1’ water restriction. Learn more. The water restrictions cover an area of Southeast Kelowna stretching from Crawford to McCulloch roads. “We appreciate the conservation efforts of residents in this area as we dealt with the issue and allowed the reservoir to fill,” says Patrick Aylard, Project Manager. To request assistance from a Water Smart representative to adjust automatic irrigation systems, or for general inquiries or questions about the watering restrictions in place for your area, call 250-469-8520. Learn more. The City of Kelowna has lifted the 'Stage 4' water restrictions in East Kelowna and the Crawford area. No properties are to water on Mondays. To request assistance from a Water Smart representative to adjust automatic irrigation systems, or for general inquiries or questions about the watering restrictions in place for your area, call 250-469-8520. The Stage 2 watering restriction in place in Southeast Kelowna, Crawford and Hall Road areas has now been lifted to Stage 1, or normal year-round watering restrictions, where irrigation can now occur up to three times per week. For more information about the updated year-round watering restrictions and the different water providers in Kelowna, visit kelowna.ca/water. What's happening. The City of Kelowna is implementing stage one water restrictions for all customers on the City of Kelowna Water Utility and the Southeast Kelowna water supply systems. The Stage 2 watering restriction in place in Southeast Kelowna, Crawford and Hall Road areas has now been lifted to Stage 1, or normal year-round watering restrictions, where irrigation can now occur up to three times per week. “The expansion of potable water into southeast Kelowna has been a massive undertaking and completed in a very short period of time,” said Alan Newcombe, Divisional Director, Infrastructure. Issuing stringent water restrictions for some Southeast Kelowna and Crawford water users was regrettable, but unavoidable. From public notices to Council agendas, career posting to bidding opportunities, we offer quick and timely email updates on a number of topics. Remember, when watering your lawn, every drop counts. Properties with an odd number address may water yards and lawns on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; even-numbered addresses may water on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. July 17, 2020. The City of Kelowna has announced water restrictions in southeast Kelowna have been eased from stage two to stage one. The city says the restrictions are to ensure that water is not wasted and that delivery systems can keep up with the demand for drinking water, irrigation, commercial use and firefighting. Automatic underground irrigation systems may run between 12 a.m. (midnight) and 6 a.m. up to three days per week. Enter your e-mail address below: Water restrictions lifted for Crawford and southeast Kelowna, Anita Tozer Memorial Award - bestowed by Mayor & Council, Augie Ciancone Memorial Award - Young Female Athlete, Augie Ciancone Memorial Award - Young Male Athlete, Bob Giordano Memorial Award - Coach of the Year, Bryan Couling Memorial Athletic Team of the Year Award, Central Okanagan Foundation Volunteer Organization of the Year Award, Fred Macklin and Sarah Donalda-Treadgold Memorial Award - Citizen of the Year, Neighbourhood grant expression of interest, Youth development and engagement grant application. City of Kelowna lifts water restrictions to stage 2 for Crawford area https://trib.al/lvKzOaJ Watering restrictions do not apply to properties with Farm Status through BC Assessment or irrigation water use in the area which is sourced from the non-potable supply. As the sun sets on 2020, please note City Hall and other facility year-end closures. After a stretch of dry weather, those who get their water from the City of Kelowna’s utility are now under Stage 1 water restrictions. Please note, the details on many kelowna.ca pages may not be accurate during this time. From public notices to Council agendas, career posting to bidding opportunities, we offer quick and timely email updates on a number of topics. No washing of vehicles, boats, bikes - motorized or otherwise, RVs or ATVs is allowed. Events. Business licence renewals are due Jan. 15, 2021 . Filling and refilling with water supplied by City of Kelowna is prohibited. For more information about the updated year-round watering restrictions and the different water providers in Kelowna, visit kelowna.ca/water. G Pools Filling and refilling is permitted anytime. Register with the Property Account system and reap all the benefits! Once a customer applies to the city to use the service, the station can be accessed via a code, which is provided at the time of subscription. No properties are to water on Mondays. Watering restrictions do not apply to properties with Farm Status through BC Assessment or irrigation water use in the area which is sourced from the non-potable supply. Use of water for this purpose prohibited. “Commissioning the new system at the start of the peak irrigation season has been a challenge and resulted in an unanticipated negative impact to many of our customers. Repairs have been completed following a ruptured transmission main and the ‘Stage 4’ watering restriction in place for southeast Kelowna and Crawford areas has now been lifted to ‘Stage 1’, or normal year-round watering restrictions, where irrigation can now occur up to three times per week. Under Stage 1/normal watering restrictions: All residents are asked to adhere to designated days and times, and to avoid excessive watering, even on designated days. Repairs have been completed following a ruptured transmission main and the ‘Stage 4’ watering restriction in place for southeast Kelowna and Crawford areas has now been lifted to ‘Stage 1’, or normal year-round watering restrictions, where irrigation can now occur up to three times per week. Under Stage 1/normal watering restrictions: All residents are asked to adhere to designated days and times, and to avoid excessive watering, even on designated days. Properties with an odd number address may water yards and lawns on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; even-numbered addresses may water on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The City of Kelowna says all properties south of Mission Creek are now on stage four water restrictions after a mechanical failure late Wednesday at the Eldorado pump station. Topping up only between June 15 and August 31. Southeast Kelowna is now on the same watering schedule as the rest of the City of Kelowna water utility. (UPDATE: Aug. 12 @ 5:30 pm) - The City of Kelowna has eased water restrictions that were put in place for the Crawford area in July. Filling and refilling is permitted prior to June 15. The City Water Utility sources its water from Okanagan Lake and provides water to just over half of the Kelowna … Read more: Water restrictions for Kelowna’s Hall Road area eased to stage 2 The city said the vast majority of Southeast Kelowna will remain on a once-a-week irrigation schedule. Numerous Kelowna residents were once again out to a "freedom rally" in the city. For details on all stages, or to learn more about commercial water use restrictions, public institutional water use restrictions and agricultural water use restrictions, see Schedule E - City of Kelowna Water Use Restrictions Stages. 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