The Town has removed all protocols on water restrictions. Therefore, Town residents can return to normal water usage.
Water Demand Protocol "A" Invoked - May 26, 2015
The Town of Stony Plain has been informed the Water Demand Protocol A is invoked by the Regional Water Customers Group due to reduced water in reservoirs. Municipal use of water will be restricted for non-essential uses.
Also as a result, Stony Plain residents are being asked to follow odd/even yard watering until further notice. Residents with even-numbered addresses may water on even numbered days only. Those with odd-numbered addresses may water on odd numbered days only.
Water Demand Protocol A also calls for the Town to suspend the use of potable water for all non-essential activities until further notice.
Non-essential activities to be completely suspended include:
• Town hydrant and water main flushing
• Washing Town mobile equipment
• Water to landscape islands in Country Plains Estates
• Developer water main flushing and testing
• Developer sewer main flushing
Essential activities to be continued utilizing the de-watering source include:
• Town sewer main flushing
• Tree, shrub, landscape areas and flowerbeds
• Street sweeping
• Golf course irrigation
If the situation escalates to the Water Demand Protocol B there will be a total ban on water irrigation.
For further information on this, please contact the Town Corporate Communications Officer, Stephanie Barsby Boisvert at email@example.com or Acting Town Manager, Louise Frostad at firstname.lastname@example.org