ROSEVILLE, Calif. -- Early next month, watering times in Roseville will scale back to just one day per week. This is all in an effort to continue to reach the city's water saving goal of 28 percent.
The change will take effect on October 5th. City officials said residents can only water on Monday's before 10 am and after 8 pm. The restriction will stay in effect until April.
To comply with the governor's executive order, the city moved to adjust their water guidelines seasonally. City staff said the now that watering is just ONE day, it'll be a lot easier to catch violators and educate them.
"We coach people into compliance,” Maurice Chaney with the City of Roseville said.