Your lawn and trees need water now!Our resident expert explains
9News recently asked Swingle to share expert tips on how residents can keep their Colorado lawns green while facing water restrictions in a drought year. Swingle President, John Gibson, had a bit of fun with news anchor Mark Koebrich and shared a few laughs when discussing rabbit droppings and the issues they pose to our Colorado lawns.
Here are some of the key points discussed in the video:
Make sure to aerate and fertilize your lawn
Rabbit droppings can damage your lawn- find out how to help prevent it
It’s time to prepare your landscape for the season
Set sprinkler timers to ensure you aren’t wasting water
Denver Water has declared a Stage 2 drought and instituted mandatory two-day-a-week water restrictions as of April 1, 2013. Watering is prohibited between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Denver Water customers are required to follow the following schedules based on their property address number:
Single-family residential properties with ODD-numbered addresses: Saturday and Wednesday
Single-family residential properties with
EVEN-numbered addresses: Sunday and Thursday
All others (multi-family, HOA’s, commercial, industrial, government, etc.): Tuesday and Friday