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Water Advisories and Alerts
WATER RESTRICTION LIFTED! Thank you for doing your part....
A water restriction is currently in effect in Stony Plain and residents are being asked to refrain from using water for non-essential purposes.
The recent high volumes of rainfall throughout the North Saskatchewan River watershed has increased debris in the water. As a result, the rate of potable water production has slowed and demand is in excess of current production.
Epcor , which supplies water to several communities in the capital region including Stony Plain, is asking customers to voluntarily curb non-essential water use, which includes:
- Watering your lawn
- Cleaning your driveway or sidewalk with water
- Use of sprinklers and soaker hoses
- Filling of pools and water fountains
The restriction does not affect watering newly laid sod or newly planted trees.
Residents are also being asked to practice wise water use, such as taking shorter showers and only running washing machines or dishwashers for a full load.
In addition to the appeal to the public to curtail their non-essential water use, the Town will also be refraining from non-essential water use, including the suspension of fire training as well as hydrant and water main flushing. The splash pad will be closed during the water restriction. The Town uses non-potable water from a well to water flowers, trees and other landscaped areas.
Epcor, along with the Town, realizes this is an inconvenience and would like to thank residents for their cooperation.