Will the General Conservation stage change?

Wasting less water is critical for the sustainability of Whitefish’s water infrastructure. It is also key to maintaining the City’s commitment to the approved Climate Action Plan. Key priorities of this plan include conserving water, protecting the City’s watersheds, and diversifying the City’s water supply resources. In order to meet these goals, the General Conservation stage will remain part of routine operation for the city.

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1. Why do we have conservation ordinances?
2. How will I know what conservation stage we are in?
3. What is the General Conservation stage?
4. What is a positive shut-off nozzle?
5. Can I water my vegetable garden?
6. Will the General Conservation stage change?
7. What triggers the additional conservation stages?
8. What’s the difference between the Stage I and Stage II water conservation regulations?
9. Are there exceptions to Stage I and Stage II regulations?
10. Are there penalties for excessive water usage?
11. Water usage is necessary for my business to survive. Is there anything I can do?
12. What will it take to rescind water shortage proclamations?
13. Who declares the drought?
14. Will my lawn be damaged by not watering during the day?
15. How can I stop the water from going on the pavement?