People across Southern California have been asked by the Metropolitan Water District to stop watering outside for two weeks in September due a shut down for repairs on a major pipeline that has a leak.
According to ABC 7, there will be alternative water supplies but it will be still be limited due to the current drought limits. On September 6th, about 4 million customers who live in certain MWD service area must stop watering outside for 15 days. Some of the areas affected are Malibu, Calabasas, Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, Beverly Hills, Torrance, Inglewood, Long Beach, Downey and Pomona.
Customers in this area are also asked to take shorter showers and try to limit their water usage as much as possible. The water restrictions will be lifted after September 20th. For more information on this repair, click here.