Seminole County returns to Daylight Saving Time Water Restrictions on March 11, 2018.
NO WATERING PERMITTED BETWEEN 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. ANYDAY
THESE RESTRICTIONS ARE MANDATORY IN SEMINOLE COUNTY AND INCLUDE THOSE ON PRIVATE WELLS OR LAKES, ETC.
If you see Watering Violations, click HERE to report them!.
Watering may be done at any time with a hand-held hose provided it is fitted with an automatic shutoff nozzle. This applies to all sources of irrigation water.
Please note: If you are replacing sod and need to irrigate more than the restrictions allow, you must fax, mail, email or deliver your current receipt for sod to:
Water Conservation Section
500 W. Lake Mary Blvd.
Sanford, FL. 32773
After receiving the receipt for sod or landscape material, you may be given permission to irrigate for an additional 30 days.
(houses, duplexes, apartments)
(commercial businesses, industrial businesses, schools, churches, and Homeowners Association entryways and common areas)
Everyone in Seminole County who uses water for lawn and landscape irrigation, regardless of whether the water comes from a private well, surface water, or a water supply utility.
Seminole County does have additional restrictions beyond the St. Johns River Water Management District, so follow the restrictions below.
The high quality groundwater that provides our drinking water is one of our most valuable natural resources. The population of Seminole County continues to grow, and we may not be able to continue using water the way we do now without creating environmental and financial impacts. Learning to use less water today is the best and least expensive way to avoid possible problems in the future.
Call the Water Conservation Coordinator @407-665-2121 with any water conservation questions that you may have.