OKC reminds residents, businesses of odd-even watering schedule
The rising summer temperatures mean many Oklahoma City residents and businesses start watering their lawns and landscapes to keep them fresh and green. The Utilities Department wants to remind water customers of its permanent, year-long odd/even watering schedule, which is especially important during the summer months.
Residents and businesses with an address that ends in an odd number can use sprinklers on odd-numbered calendar days. Residents and businesses with an address that ends in an even number can use sprinklers on even-numbered calendar days.
The odd-even watering schedule does not apply to hand watering for gardens or flower beds.