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Water Conservation

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Permanent year-round watering requirements remain in effect as a proactive conservation measure.

As a reminder there is no watering with irrigation systems or sprinkler systems between 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.. Remember, although there are two allowable days, you don't have to water if your landscape does not need it.

Watering by hand-held hose, drip irrigation or soaker hose is allowed at any time. A no more than two hours per day maximum is encouraged.


No outdoor watering with hose-end sprinklers and outdoor irrigation systems between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.



 Tuesday & Friday

 Non-residential sites (apartments, businesses, parks, common areas)

 Wednesday & Saturday

 Residential addresses ending in 0, 2, 4, 6, 8

 Thursday & Sunday

 Residential addresses ending in 1, 3, 5, 7, 9


Further Conservation Information

  • No watering hard surfaces;
  • No watering during precipitation; and
  • No water waste through runoff, or through missing, misaligned or broken sprinkler heads.

Conservation Enforcement

  • It is unlawful for any person to knowingly or recklessly install, operate, cause or permit the installation or operation of an irrigation system in violation of these requirements on premises they own, lease or manage.

Ordinance amendments allow for the following

  • First Violation, customers will be given a written warning that they have violated the mandatory water use ordinance.
  • Second and subsequent violations, citations may be issued to customers, with minimum and maximum fines as established by ordinance,
  • After three violations have occurred, the utility may cut off water service to the customer.

Everyone plays a part in using water wisely. If you see a water violation, please contact our 24 hour SCADA/Dispatch Center at 817-788-7212 to record the location, time and date of the actual violation. It only takes a few minutes and can prevent millions of gallons of water from being wasted.

Other Key Points

  • Weekly watering advice is available at Updates are provided every Monday and are based on the previous week’s climate conditions.
  • Current recommended watering schedules involve watering about once a week - adding no more than 0.5” total – if it hasn’t rained. That represents about half of our watering needs during the hottest months of the summer.
  • Know Your Watering Schedule (see table above) 

Irrigation Sprinkler Evaluation Program

Residential sprinkler evaluation programTarrant Regional Water District and the city of HURST is providing a "no charge" irrigation sprinkler evaluation program for HURST residents.  M&M Irrigation & Illumination holds the contract and will provide a Licensed Irrigator to complete the evaluation at your home.

Once you have completed the sign up, then a representative for MMII will contact you to set up an appointment. This program is sponsored by TRWD and the city of HURST, therefore there is no fee to the homeowner.

Irrigation Sprinkler Evaluation Program Sign up form

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Wise water use is everyone's responsibility.  Please do your part to be water smart.