Are there watering restrictions in Pasco County, FL?
Watering Schedule and Restrictions
How does this declaration impact you?
Pasco County remains on one-day-a-week lawn watering restrictions by local ordinance.
Reclaimed customers remain on the twice a week schedule.
Homeowners associations and other entities must suspend any requirement to replace lawns, pressure wash, or engage in other activity which increases water use during this water shortage declaration. Additional details available through SWFWMD
Does Pasco County, FL have long / overgrown grass ordinances?
Grass, weeds, brush or undergrowth exceeding 12 inches in
height, debris or any noxious material of any kind that tends
to be a breeding place or haven for snakes, rodents, insects
or vermin of any kind or character or that tends to be a
breeding place for mosquitoes or that tends to create a fire
hazard endangering the lives and property of the citizens of
the county. The code enforcement department may determine
that all or part of the growth on a parcel is not a violation
based on the natural state of the growth.
ASK THE EXPERTS
"What's your number one tip for improving the backyard of your home?"
My #1 tip for improving my backyard would be to make it more colorful so that it appeals and attracts right in the first glance.
Most of the backyards are pretty dull looking because there's nothing catchy about them. Making it colorful not only makes it more appealing but it leaves the person in wonder as to how it was done! Now, the best way for doing so is planting a big variety of plantations smartly. For instance, using a variety of ground covering plants on those ugly looking dull spots in the backyard is one way to do it but the person got to be aware of the invasive ones! Similarly, there are many other ways to do it and in the end, it all boils down to how creative one can get to make his/her backyard stand out by keeping this basic principle in mind.
-Harshit Jain, hobbiesphere