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WATER SHORTAGE: WHAT WE'RE DOING
After unusually hot weather, the region's all-time driest May-July, and in preparation of a potentially drier-than-normal fall, Everett, Seattle, and Tacoma moved to the second stage of their water shortage response plans on August 11 – voluntary reduction.
The three cities are working together to manage water supplies for people and fish during the potential water shortage. They are asking customers to help by voluntarily reducing water use by 10%. Seattle Parks and Recreation is taking immediate action to save water, and hope you will do so at home too.
Here's what we're doing at Parks:
Here's how you can help!
Please report any leaks or other water issues you see in Seattle parks to the Parks Jobline at 206-684-7250 or e-mail PKS_Work_Order_Desk@seattle.gov.
Water Shortage Contingency Plan
This plan provides guidelines for a systematic response, should the
need arise, to reduce demand in the event of a water supply disruption or weather related
Seattle Public Utilities Water Shortage Contingency Plan:
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Updated September 2, 2015
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