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Athletic fields are sometimes irrigated on a different schedule to avoid interrupting sports activities. Periodic irrigation tests may occur on different dates than the assigned watering day.
Rain sensors automatically turn off city irrigation systems if they detect more than ¼ inch of rain. If there is less than ¼ inch of rain, the irrigation system will run for an allotted time based on moisture needs at each site.
The Courses at Watters Creek and the Twin Creeks Golf Course are both permitted to irrigate using water from Rowlett and Russell creeks. Both courses are located in a drainage basin that feeds Lake Ray Hubbard, which is managed by Dallas Water Utilities. Depending on water availability, the courses may be allowed to water more or less than surrounding communities.
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