If you live in the Las Vegas valley and want to know when to Change Your Irrigation Controller, keep reading.
Irrigation Solutions of Las Vegas is here to serve our community, and we want to help serve by providing information on how to keep your sprinkler system in compliance with the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) watering schedule. By following their schedule, you can avoid paying unwanted and unnecessary fees or dealing with violations.
Every zip code is assigned a watering group. To locate your watering schedule, you will need to know the letter of your watering group. This can be identified by going to the SNWA water schedule website and enter your home address and zip code or you can locate it on your monthly statement. If you are not in the Las Vegas area, for example Henderson, North Las Vegas or Boulder City, it will direct you to those respective sites, but for those residents in the city of Las Vegas or county, enter your home address and zip code and click “Submit”. The next page will display the following info:
In Las Vegas, the seasons can blend into each other and it may be difficult to know when to change your sprinkler or irrigation system based on the temperature. Below is a quick list of the start dates to change your controller for the seasons. Also, you can set these dates in your calendar as a reminder to change your controller accordingly.
It is that time of the year again to check your watering clock. Every Fall the Southern Nevada Water Authority tells us to reduce the number of watering days from 6 to 3 per week. Reducing watering days in the Fall helps with the water preservation. "It's a desert out there!" The water resources are limited and we have to use them responsibly.
It should be easy to change the irrigation timer. However, the many options on the dial or the electronic screen can make it confusing. You may have to read the manual every time you need to change the timer settings. And changing the watering clock must be done 4 times a year in Las Vegas.
We can set the irrigation timers for you. Call us.
Spring watering is in effect for the months of March and April in the Las Vegas valley. Watering of plants and trees should be done as follows:
See the watering group map below. However, if you are not sure what watering group your property belongs to, go to https://www.lvvwd.com/conservation/mandatory-watering-schedule/ and enter your address.
The spring water schedule is a simple way to determine how much water your plants need based on their size and stage of maturity. This formula can help you determine if you should use drip irrigation or overhead watering.
The spring water schedule is a simple way to help your plants get off to a good start. You can use this method to make sure that your plants are getting enough water at the beginning of their life cycle. This is especially helpful if you have just started growing and don't know how much water your plants need. Spring water schedule is a great way to ensure that your plants receive adequate amounts of water throughout the entire season.
Step 1: Fill a bucket with water and place it in a sunny spot outside.
Step 2: Wait until the water has warmed up to room temperature (about 70 degrees).
Step 3: Place your pots into the bucket. Make sure they are not touching each other or the sides of the bucket.
Step 4: Cover the top of the bucket with plastic wrap.