PASCO COUNTY WATERING DAYS

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WATERING SCHEDULE

Pasco County has water restrictions just like other similar counties in Florida. Pasco continues to be a one day a week watering restriction. Reclaimed water customers can water twice a week.

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Potable Watering Schedule

Potable water is defined by water used for drinking or food preparation. For irrigation purposes it also refers to water from wells, ponds or lakes. Below is the watering days chart for Pasco County Potable Water for unincorporated residents. This means the residents that receive water bill from Pasco County Utilities customers only. This applies to Pasco residents that live in New Port Richey, Hudson, Trinity, Wesley Chapel, Odessa, Elfters, Land O’ Lakes, Holiday and Port Richey.

ADDRESSES ENDING IN: PASCO COUNTY WATERING DAYS
0 or 1 Monday
2 or 3 Tuesday
4 or 5 Wednesday
6 or 7 Thursday
8 or 9 Friday
Mixed or No Address Friday
No Watering Days Saturday or Sunday
WATERING HOURS
Morning: 12:01 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
Evening: 6:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Once a Week – One time per day

Reclaimed Watering Schedule

Below is the watering days chart for Pasco County Reclaimed Water. This applies to residents who live in Pasco, Florida and have a reclaimed water hook up for the the irrigation of their lawns.

ADDRESSES ENDING IN: RECLAIMED WATERING DAYS
0 or 1 Tuesday and Friday
2 or 3 Thursday and Sunday
4 or 5 Monday and Friday
6 or 7 Tuesday and Saturday
8 or 9 Wednesday and Sunday
Mixed or No Address Wednesday and Sunday
WATERING HOURS
Morning: 12:01 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
Evening: 6:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Two Days a Week – One time per day

Reclaimed Water From Your City in Pasco County

Customers receiving reclaimed water from a city (not Pasco County) must follow the restrictions established by the city:

CITY PHONE VISIT SITE FOR MORE INFO
New Port Richey (727) 847-8131 Click Here
Land O’ Lakes (813) 235-6012 Click Here
Dade City (352) 521-4285 Click Here
Pinellas Watering Days

Irrigation Tips To Follow

  • Install a rain sensor to avoid overwatering.

  • Mature plants and landscaping dont need as much water as grass.

  • Soil sensors can insure the proper coverage to your grass and plants.

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