Water System Conservation
BYLAW: Provincetown Water System Conservation
MUNICIPALITY: Truro, Massachusetts
DATE ADOPTED: April 13, 1999
PURPOSE OF BYLAW :
1. NON-ESSENTIAL USE:
From May 1st through October 31st of each year, no person or persons served by the Provincetown Water System shall use municipal water for the purpose of (a) lawn sprinklers, sprinkler hose or unattended watering of any kind, (b) washing of automobiles, buildings, windows, sidewalks, etc., or (c) as a coolant in a central air conditioning system.
2. PROHIBITED USES:
No person or persons may use water from the Provincetown Water System to (a) fill or cure any swimming pool without express permission in writing from the Provincetown Water and Sewer Board, or (b) attach any over or underground sprinkler system to the municipal water system supplying their property.
3. USE OF MUNICIPAL FIRE HYDRANTS:
Fire hydrants attached to the municipal water system may be used for municipal purposes only. Hydrants shall be operated by an agent of the Provincetown Water Department or an officially appointed fire person of the Town.
4. PENALTY AND ENFORCEMENT:
Violations of this bylaw shall, for each offense, not exceed the maximum penalty as specified by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 21, as amended, or the Provincetown Water Department Rules and Regulations as amended. This Bylaw shall
be enforced by the Truro Police Department which may be assisted by the Provincetown