Water Restriction Levels - residential
The recent rainfall has seen Glennies Creek Dam levels rise, resulting in a return to Level 1 (low) water restrictions for Singleton water customers.
At its meeting on April 19 2021, Singleton Council resolved to return to Level 1 Water Restrictions, which will take effect from Monday 3 May 2021. Water restrictions apply to all residential, commercial, industrial and government customers connected to reticulated water supplies in Council’s water supply area. Water restrictions apply to both residential and non-residential (commercial, industrial and government) customers. The activities and restrictions are different for residential and non-residential customers.
An information flipbook has been delivered to all Singleton water customers outlining what each water restriction level means and what activities are allowed, what the odds and evens water system is, summer and winter variations, as well as tips to save water in the laundry, bathroom, kitchen and outside. If you didn’t receive one and are a Singleton water customer, please contact Council’s customer service center or email firstname.lastname@example.org, you will need to provide your name and address.
The full details of the levels and restricted activities for water restrictions, able to be imposed by Council can be viewed by downloading one of the documents below:
The restricted activities are in addition to the Council adopted permanent water saving rules under its POL/26030 Water Supply Services Policy, which are applicable to all residents and businesses connected to Council’s water supply.