Tier 2 conditions arise during moderate to serious water shortages. This type of alert bans the use of watering methods and includes the implementation of odd and even irrigation.
The tier 2 alert bans:
Filling, refilling or adding water to private swimming pools, wading pools, reflective pools, ornamental fountains or any other structure making similar use of water
Nonessential cleaning of commercial and industrial equipment machinery and interior spaces
Permitting the loss of water through defective plumbing or fixtures, except where the customer can provide proof or prompt repair of the defect
Serving water by restaurants except when it is specifically requested by customer
Use of water consuming comfort air conditioning equipment which consumes in excess of 5% of the water circulating in such equipment.
Washing cars, trucks, trailers, boats and other mobile vehicles or equipment except at commercial establishments which provide that service
Washing outdoor surfaces including buildings, sidewalks, driveways, patios and porches.
Watering or irrigation and all outside vegetation except for flower and vegetable gardens, trees and shrubs less than 4 years old, and areas which were newly seeded or sodded prior to issuance of.the emergency resolution (refrain from watering between the hours of 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.)