Cedartown asks for residents to conserve water

Due to current statewide drought conditions, Cedartown Public Works Director Kelvin Garmon and Cedartown Water Plant Superintendent David Mason are asking for the public’s assistance in conserving water.

“We are asking residents to participate in a voluntary restriction on outdoor watering in order to help with conservation efforts,” Garmon said. “Local water levels are holding their own, but until conditions change, we are asking residents to conserve water by limiting their water use at this time.”

The City’s request is voluntary. The outdoor water use schedule required under the Water Stewardship Act of 2010 remains in place statewide. That schedule allows for outdoor water use year-round between 4 p.m. and 10 a.m.

To find more tips on water conservation, please visit www.cedartowngeorgia.gov/water-service-faq/