• City captures spring water to water trees and landscaping

    With the drought the City has been conscious of our water use, so the City manufactured a water truck for irrigating our street trees, planters, and newly planted trees around town. This has been a great tool and enables the City to irrigate our planters without excessive water use. The water that is being used to fill the water truck is non-potable water that is captured in a vault that the City has on Del Monte Avenue within the Golf Course. The vault is spring fed and holds enough water for the City to be able to fill up our 300-gallon water tank on the truck at least three times a day. We will continue to maintain this practice through the summer months, several days a week.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on June 27, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News


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