Irrigation Restrictions Adjusted for Severe Drought in Southwest Florida

Extreme Drought Continues in Southwest Florida

If you live in Cape Coral, Fort Myers or Naples, you’ve probably noticed that it’s been a while since we’ve had a really good rainfall.

Florida’s drought has been so bad that the Southwest Florida Water Management District is alerting homeowners of upcoming changes to local watering restrictions.

On April 14th, the City of Cape Coral issued a Notice of Emergency – Stage I Water Shortage and announced that effective April 21st, a one-day watering schedule is mandatory for all residents and businesses in Cape Coral using City irrigation or private wells for watering lawn and landscape. 

As outlined on Cape Coral’s Watering Schedule page, required watering in of lawn chemicals are still permitted at any time.

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Schedule an appointment with one of our irrigation service specialists today to make sure your system is running properly. We serve Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Naples and all of Southwest Florida.

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