Prepare For A Dry Summer Even After Spring Snow

We are on track to have a very dry summer, with water restrictions already in place.

Keep in mind that, because the snowpack was so low last year, reservoirs were low before the snow even began melting this year.

Even after several rounds of spring snow, Denver Water says it will stick with the Stage Two Drought watering restrictions. That means customers will be limited to watering lawns two days a week.

Here are some helpful tips for early action lawn care:

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