Post Number: 1
|Posted on Thursday, June 12, 2003 - 02:09 pm: |
Who is responsible for the sprinklers that are installed in the Hillcrest median stretching from approx Warren to SH 121? The current settings result in an unsafe amount of standing water on Hillcrest. Not to mention the waste of resources that it represents.
Rick Wieland, Dir. of Parks and Rec
Post Number: 68
|Posted on Thursday, June 12, 2003 - 05:50 pm: |
Thank you for your message this afternoon regarding the automated irrigation system that was running for an extended amount of time on Hillcrest Road, south of Lebanon Road.
I very much appreciate the message regarding this issue and we have had our irrigation personnel examine that system for possible problems.
While reviewing this system, we found that there was a programming error for the section of irrigation systems that are located along Lebanon Road running south to SH 121. We have corrected this programming and want to thank you for bringing this to our attention.
Even though our personnel manually check our irrigation systems throughout the city on a regular basis, we are always appreciative of comments that will alert us of potential problems.
Thank you again and please let me know if you should have any additional questions.
Director of Parks and Recreation
(972) 335-5517 ext. 551
Superintendent of Parks
(972) 335-5517 ext. 553
Post Number: 1
|Posted on Friday, June 13, 2003 - 09:27 am: |
I tested my water pressure and it is at 96psi and I was told that it was too high, is this true and what can I do to correct it.
Gary Hartwell, Director of Public Works
Post Number: 51
|Posted on Monday, June 16, 2003 - 08:46 am: |
The water pressure in any city will always fluctuate daily due to resident water usage, water tank levels, and pump operations. Most people prefer higher pressures. If you would like a lower pressure, I suggest that you contact a plumber and have a pressure regulating valve installed on your line. With this device, you can set your own pressure.
You may contact me at 972-335-5520.