Thank you all greatly for your patience while we were treating the ponds. The chemical levels have dissipated enough that we are able to turn the irrigation back on today. The canals will run out of water Friday, October 9th, but we will be running our backup well for as long as we can so residents can get in a good soaking. A sign will go up at the entrance to let you know water is on, and when it is turned back off. Turn off will depend on how the well holds up. We may have to turn off intermittently next week to build up the water supply to allow for additional watering throughout the week before shutting down for the season. Thank you all again for your continued support and patience. Happy Watering!
It’s that time of year again. Water will shut down on September 21st. We have to treat the ponds before the weather gets too much cooler and irrigation must be off in order for treatment to take affect. Get your last good soakings in now.
Good Evening, We have an 8″ irrigation main line that has broken. We were able to excavate it today, but there is so much water still draining out of it, even with the system off, that we cannot make the repair yet. Hopefully the rain is helping yards. We hope this line will be drained enough tomorrow to make the repair. If it is unable to be repaired Friday, we will post again. Thank you for your continued patience.
Repairs were made to the first leak yesterday and water was restored during the afternoon for a short period before another leak was discovered and water had to be turned back off. We are still digging and working on the 2nd leak, and will restore water as soon as possible. We are very sorry for the inconvenience. We will post updates each day it remains off.
Water has been temporarily shut down while a repair is made in the system. Water should be restored today. Thank you!
We officially have water and the system is pumping. You may water your lawns now. Happy Gardening!
Thank you all for your patience. We were able to finalize repairs and return water to the community on Saturday morning.