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Tauranga Water Restrictions

Communications from Tauranga City Council

As water usage has been extreme and the forecast is hot and dry, a sprinkler ban has now been put in place for our city.

From today, the use of all sprinklers and irrigation systems is banned until further notice.

You can still water your garden, by hand, between 5 and 8AM and 7 and 10PM.

For more information and tips on conserving water visit tauranga.govt.nz/savingwater

Let’s make every drop count.

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