KENT COUNTY — There’s a drought in Rhode Island, and the Kent County Water Authority has begun an odd-even water restriction, and the Warwick Water Authority is asking people to follow along, though Warwick Water Division won’t enforce conservation.
Property owners with an odd numbered address are allowed to use water outdoors on odd numbered calendar days. Property owners with an even numbered address are allowed to use water outdoors on even numbered calendar days
“We are experiencing moderate drought conditions and at this point the restrictions that have been placed on our residents are largely voluntary. We are asking for your cooperation in conserving water, but we will not be enforcing the restrictions,” Mayor Frank Picozzi wrote on his Facebook page addressing the drought and efforts to limit water use.
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