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|Kimberton Fire Company||(610) 935-1388|
|East Whiteland Fire Company||(610) 644-8558|
Yes, everyone must follow these restrictions regardless of whether you are connected to a public water supplier or have your own well.
Yes, water use for the production of food and fiber, or maintenance of livestock, is not restricted.
The watering of established lawns is prohibited. Newly seeded and sodded grass areas and gardens, landscaped areas, trees and shrubs can be watered if applied by container or hand-held hose with automatic shut-off nozzle (or bucket/watering can) between the hours of 5 PM and 9 AM.
Car washing may be done from a bucket or using commercial car washes using recycled water. For car washing at home: An individual may wash personally owned or leased vehicles with buckets or by hand-held hose equipped with an automatic shutoff nozzle for pre-rinse and rinse, not to exceed a total of two minutes spray time. Water use is limited to odd street addresses on first and third Saturdays of the month and even or no street addresses on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month.
No, power-washing any flat surfaces, including patios, decks, driveways, sidewalks or garages are prohibited. However, power-washing may be used for preparation for recoating and sealing a paved surface.
No, water may not be used for ornamental purposes except where it is needed to maintain fish and aquatic life.
Yes, Kiddie pools which are strictly fill and draw and have no re-circulation equipment are not considered swimming pools since swimming and diving are not possible in these. When emptying kiddie pools, the water should be reused for watering bushes, shrubs, or garden areas.
Public or residential swimming pools with filtration and recycling capabilities serving 25 or more dwelling units can be filled. Water can be used for single family pools only if approved by the public water supply system from which the water is withdrawn. If water is obtained from other sources, permission from the owner of the source is required.
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