Current Water Rationing Information
The City of Bethany is on Stage 1 water rationing (default stage).
The City of Bethany is currently at Stage 1 water rationing. Stage 1 rationing allows for:
- Single family dwellings ending in odd house numbers water on odd calendar days.
- Single family dwellings ending in even house numbers water on even calendar days.
This water schedule pertains to ALL outdoor watering including grass, flower beds and gardens and any other outside water usage. Citizens can still hand water gardens, flower beds, shrubs, and trees.
We encourage citizens to adjust their watering times away from the hottest part of the day, and into the evening, overnight and early morning hours. This adjustment will help with evaporation amounts. Checking for leaks on toilets, sinks and other areas inside your home will also help with water usage levels.
Please watch our social media, website, and Cox Channel 20 for the most up to date information. Please kindly help your neighbors by spreading the word.
Ordinance Establishing Water Restrictions
The City has four rationing stages:
Stage 1 is our default stage. This applies year round. Stage 1 is as follows: addresses ending in odd numbers may water on odd numbered days; addresses ending in even numbers may water on even numbered days.
Single family dwellings ending in odd house numbers water on Saturday and Wednesday
Single family dwellings ending in even house numbers water on Sunday and Thursday.
All other types (not single family dwellings) water on Tuesday and Friday.
Single family addresses ending in 1 & 3 may water only on Saturday.
Single family addresses ending in 5, 7, or 9 may water only on Wednesday.
Single family addresses ending in 0 or 2 may water only on Sunday.
Single family addresses ending im 4, 6, or 8 may water only on Thursday.
Duplexes, triplexes, multi-family and homeowner association properties may water only on Tuesday.
Commercial and government may water only on Fridays.
Only hand watering of gardens and flower beds are acceptable. Commercial car washes with water recycling operations are permitted.
Consumer Confidence Report - 2022
Consumer Confidence Report - 2021
Consumer Confidence Report - 2020
Water Quality Report - 2017
Water Leak Guide