Water Conservation Update for Moore County, NC

Real Estate Agent with Real Living Hagan Realtors | Pinehurst ~ Southern Pines, NC

In an updated news release, the Moore County Department of Public Works says that t Stage 2 (moderate mandatory conservation) of the Moore County Water Conservation Ordinance will be implemented as of April 1, 2008.

Although water conservation remains mandatory for the communities of: West End, Pinewild, Love Grove, McClendon Hills, Pinehurst and Seven Lakes, Stage 2 represents and easing of conservation requirements since October 1, 2007 Stage 3 calls on customers to reduce water consumption by 50%. Under Stage 2 regulations, reduction goals are 30%.

Stage 2 allows irrigation between the hours of 5:00 PM and 12:00 PM twice daily, prohibits car washing at home and allows for introduction of water to the extent necessary to replenish losses due to evaporation and spillage of swimming pools.

Additional information is available by calling the Moore County Department of Public Works at: (910) 947-6315 or the county's Public Information Office at: (910) 947-6363

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