Drought Conditions in Effect!
Drought Conditions in Effect!
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Drought Conditions: Please Conserve Water

The Littleton Water Department is urging all residents to conserve water. The state has declared a drought, and there is a ban in Littleton on outdoor watering between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., along with further restrictions. See Restrictions Here.

Less than an inch of rain fell on Littleton in July. This continues the trend we have seen this year of precipitation below the 30-year average.

Average monthly residential-water use more than doubled in June to 109 gallons per person per day. That was up from 46 gallons per person per day in the first five months of this year. The cause is increased outdoor water use in response to the drought conditions. Please conserve water by following the watering ban and taking steps to save water.


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