Water Conservation

Watering Restrictions

Seminole County Irrigation Schedule (Fall/Winter) as of Sunday, November 6 2022 until Sunday, March 12, 2023

These restrictions are mandatory in Seminole County and include those on private wells or lakes, etc.

  • No watering permitted between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. any day
  • Water only once per week:
    • Residential customers with odd street addresses may irrigate on Saturday.
    • Residential customers with even street addresses may irrigate on Sunday.
    • Non-residential customers may irrigate on Tuesday, unless using reclaimed water.
    • Reclaimed water customers may irrigate two times per week year round.

If you own an automatic lawn sprinkler system, you must have a rain sensor or switch installed to override the system when adequate rainfall occurs.

Residential Customers

(houses, duplexes, apartments)

Non-Residential Customers

(commercial businesses, industrial businesses, schools, churches, homeowners association entryways and common areas)

Report Watering Violations Here

Irrigation 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 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.

Print a friendly reminder of when your watering days are — two sizes allow you to post the reminder wherever you find it the most useful!