It's that time of year when people are hard at work on their lawns and gardens. But remember water restrictions are still in effect. The City of Savannah is reminding people with notices on their water bills - that if yours is an odd-numbered address - water on odd days and vice versa for even numbered addresses. City officials say it's important that everyone follows these rules.
Michael Coon the Water Distribution Manager says, "some areas have stricter restrictions than others, but for everyone involved it's about conservation, conservation is key right now because we have very low water levels."
If the bad drought continues and we don't get more rain the restrictions will get tighter and we will have limited hours to water.
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