The Tampa Bay Region has been experiencing drought conditions and the SWFWMD is ordering customers to strictly follow local irrigation rules.    

Irrigation with potable, well or surface water is once per week and reclaimed up to twice per week, though once a week is encouraged.

No irrigation between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.

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Seven Oaks homes utilize reclaimed water provided by Pasco County Utilities.  Reclaimed water is from the collection of rain water that is distributed to irrigation systems.  

Reclaimed Water Conservation Needed - Adhere to Allowed Days - No Watering Between 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Our region periodically experiences extremely dry conditions that can place high demands on reclaimed water supplies. Pasco County Utilities works diligently to manage reclaimed water supplies for our residents. We encourage all of our reclaimed water customers to adhere to the County ordinance that allows for twice per week watering. Adherence to the water schedule will extend reclaimed water supplies through dry seasons and allow everyone to maintain their landscaping. Please do your part with conserving our community’s resource. 

Irrigation of established lawns and landscaping with reclaimed water is authorized for two days per week per Pasco County, Florida, Code of Ordinances, Part I, Chapter 62, Article II, Division 3

New Plant Material - Lawn & Landscaping

New plant materials may be watered for a 60-day total establishment period.

From day 1 to day 30, new plant material may be watered any day of the week.

From day 31 to day 60, new plant material may be watered 3 days per week.


Outdoor aesthetic uses of water, such as decorative water fountains and features, shall be prohibited unless such fountains or features provide a necessary aeration and/or water quality benefit. The operation of decorative water fountains or features using reclaimed water is not restricted; however, a sign stating "using reclaimed water" must be posted next to the water fountain or feature.

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