On Tuesday, July 28, the Régie de l'eau announced the lifting of the watering ban.
However, citizens are invited to save drinking water by adopting responsible water use.
Here is a little reminder of our watering by-law:
You have the right to water your lawn and hedges with a sprinkler hose, porous hose or automatic system between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.:
- On odd days for odd addresses
- On even days for even addresses
At any time, you can use a watering can or hose with a stopping device to water manually:
- Your garden
- Your flower boxes and planters
- Your flowerbeds
- Your trees and bushes
At any time, you can wash your car using a water bucket or a hose equipped with an automatic shutoff.
At any time, it is forbidden to wash car entrances, parking lots, sidewalks, and patios.
It is forbidden to use a garden hose that flows continuously, with no stopping device.