Landscape irrigation may occur only between the hours of 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 a.m. from April 1 - September 30.
Landscape irrigation is restricted to two (2) days per week. The
City Manager, or his/her designee may, after notice to the citizens of
the City of Lubbock, designate irrigation schedules.
Days that irrigation can occur will continue to be based on the last digit of the house of business address:
Monday and Thursday - 3,4,9,0
Tuesday and Friday - 1,5,6
Wednesday and Saturday - 2,7,8
Irrigation should provide a maximum of 1.5 inches per zone per week.
Winter irrigation may only occur when temperatures are above
35F so as not to cause a freezing hazard and should provide a maximum
of 1.0 inch per zone per month for dormant grasses (i.e., Bermuda) and
1.0 inch per zone every two weeks for cool season grasses (i.e.,
Irrigation should occur without significant water runoff, which
can be accomplished by correctly cycling the sprinkler system and
allowing time for the water to soak into the landscape between
All City of Lubbock operations will adhere to the water use restrictions.
Hand watering for landscape irrigation purposes is allowed on a daily basis regardless of the time of the year.
New plant material may be irrigated on a more frequent basis until the new plant material is established.
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