Mr Sprinkler Repair

Sprinkler Repair

Mr Sprinkler Repair

Sprinkler Repair


Bellaire, TX 2024 Water Restrictions

Due to ongoing drought conditions and the need to conserve our precious water resources, Bellaire, TX, has implemented new water restrictions for 2024. These measures aim to ensure sustainable water use and protect our community’s water supply.

Watering Schedule

To optimize water use, residents are required to adhere to the following watering schedule:

  • Even-numbered addresses can water on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
  • Odd-numbered addresses can water on Wednesdays and Sundays.
  • Watering is permitted only between 6 PM and 10 AM to reduce evaporation.

Prohibited Activities

To conserve water, the following activities are prohibited:

  • Washing driveways and sidewalks with potable water.
  • Using potable water for fountains or ponds unless it is recirculated.
  • Car washing at home is restricted to using a hose with a shut-off nozzle.


Certain activities are exempt from these restrictions:

  • Watering newly planted lawns and landscaping within 30 days of installation.
  • Irrigation systems that use drip irrigation or bubblers.
  • Watering with hand-held hoses, buckets, or watering cans.


Compliance with these restrictions is mandatory. Violations will result in the following penalties:

  • First violation: Warning and educational materials.
  • Second violation: $50 fine.
  • Third and subsequent violations: $200 fine.

Tips for Water Conservation

Here are some tips to help you save water:

  • Install low-flow fixtures and appliances.
  • Use mulch in your garden to retain moisture.
  • Fix leaks promptly.
  • Collect and use rainwater for irrigation.

By following these restrictions and adopting water-saving habits, we can all contribute to conserving water in Bellaire, TX. Let’s work together to protect our water resources and ensure a sustainable future for our community.

For more information and updates on water restrictions, please visit the Bellaire city website or contact the Public Works Department.