Water Restrictions Downgraded to Level 1 in Boorowa

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Hilltops Council has lowered water restrictions in Boorowa back to Level 1 from Level 4 following recent rainfall.

“Due to significant rain we have had recently, the weir water level has risen. We are pleased to be in a position to reduce water restrictions in accordance with the Boorowa Drought Management Plan. We will continue to monitor water levels carefully to ensure the ongoing management of water requirements for the Boorowa community,” Hilltops General Manager Anthony O’Reilly said.

Despite water restrictions being reduced, residents across the Hilltops region are asked to continue being mindful of their water usage and are encouraged to do all they can to be water wise.

Hilltops Council is a member of Smart Water Advice, a range of tips and resources to help save water in the home, garden and at work are available on Council’s website www.hilltops.nsw.gov.au

A summary of level 1 water restrictions:

Activity Level 1
Watering of gardens 6am-9am and 6pm-9pm daily
Irrigation of new turf Up to one week after laying
Washing down walls or paved surfaces Not permitted
Topping up private swimming pools/spas As needed
Washing cars Allowed with bucket and rinsed with trigger hose on lawn
Use of evaporative air conditioners As needed

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