*As of May 8

WASATCH FRONT:

WEBER, DAVIS, MORGAN, SUMMIT COUNTIES (Weber Basin Conservancy District)

Current: All cities are being asked to request residents not to water between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Repeat violators risk losing their secondary water for the remainder of the season. Hooper has restrictions similar to Sandy, with watering the lawn between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. treated as a minor infraction.

ALTA

Current: No lawn or outside watering of any kind is permitted, per contract with Salt Lake City.

Penalties: Monetary fine.

Repeat violations: Monetary fine.

Pending: Town Council to consider culinary water rationing and restrictions at May meeting.

BLUFFDALE

Current: Asking people to conserve

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: Information on conserving will be sent out with water bills from Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District.

DRAPER

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: The City Council will consider placing restrictions on water use soon.

HERRIMAN

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: City Council is expected to consider an ordinance that spells out guidelines and restrictions. Water comes from Jordan Valley Water Conservancy and the Herriman pipeline.

HOLLADAY

Current: None.

Penalties: None.

Repeat violations: None.

KEARNS/KEARNS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

Current: Users are asked to refrain from watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Penalties: Door "knockers" with information on conserving are left on the front door of offender.

Repeat violations: None

Pending: Will probably send out information on conservation.

MAGNA

Current: Houses with even numbered addresses water on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; odd on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. No watering on Sunday and no watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: Continuing public-education program.

MIDVALE

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: The City Council plans to discuss the matter in the near future.

MURRAY

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: City Council is considering proposed water-restrictions ordinance.

RIVERTON

Current: Residents are being asked to water only between 6 p.m. and 10 a.m.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: City may consider penalties later.

SANDY

Current: No sprinkler irrigation between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. seven days a week.

Penalties: Class C misdemeanor, up to $750 fine and 90 days in jail.

Repeat violations: Same penalty

SOUTH JORDAN

Current: Ordinance that says no watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Notice sent out in city newsletter.

Penalties: $25 fine

Repeat violations: Second offense, $100; third, $300; fourth, $400

Pending: Recommend watering schedule for people with even address numbers on even days, odd addresses on odd days.

SOUTH SALT LAKE:

Current: City suggests watering be done before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

TAYLORSVILLE

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

TOOELE

Current: No outside watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., odd-numbered addresses water on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, even on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with no watering on Sunday.

Penalties: Written warning. City changed its ordinance to reduce violations from a criminal to a civil penalty.

Repeat violations: Second offense, $25; third, $100; fourth, $250

Pending: None

WEST JORDAN

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: May consider an ordinance or target billing based on level usage.

WEST VALLEY CITY (Granger-Hunter Improvement District)

Current: No watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Granger-Hunter also serves parts of Taylorsville and Magna.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

UTAH COUNTY

ALPINE

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

AMERICAN FORK

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: City officials will soon discuss reworking the city's water rate schedule.

CEDAR FORT

Current: Officials are urging residents to conserve.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

CEDAR HILLS

Current: Officials are urging residents to conserve.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: May consider an ordinance or target billing based on level usage.

EAGLE MOUNTAIN

Current: Residents are asked to stagger watering for odd and even days and pay attention to the best times for effective watering.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

ELK RIDGE

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

GENOLA

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

GOSHEN

Current: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: City has a new well that will go online this month.

HIGHLAND

Current: No watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. except for new lawns and gardens before July 1.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

LEHI

Current: The city is urging water conservation.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

PLEASANT GROVE

Current: The city is cautioning residents to be careful choosing lawn chemicals and plant low-maintenance lawns and grasses.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

LINDON

Current: Residents are cautioned to water only when needed, avoid watering gutters, fix leaky faucets and avoid using hoses and sprinklers as toys.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

MAPLETON

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: May charge for water based on level of use.

OREM

Current: Orem asks residents to avoid watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

PAYSON

Current: Watering is restricted to odd/even days, but never on Sunday and not between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

PROVO

Current: Officials are encouraging wise water use.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

SALEM

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

SANTAQUIN

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: May consider an ordinance or target billing based on level usage.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: The city is preparing a water conservation program.

SPANISH FORK

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

SPRINGVILLE

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

WOODLAND HILLS

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

STATEWIDE

CEDAR CITY

Current: City passed an ordinance prohibiting watering lawns between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. year-round. Water rates have been increased so heavy waters users will pay significantly more.

Penalties: Up to a $1,000 fine.

Repeat violations: Same

Pending: None

LOGAN

Current: City officials have no current plans to restrict water use.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: City will send out water conservation guides with May's utility bills.

MOAB

Current: City is encouraging residents not to water between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. No mandatory restrictions are in place.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

OGDEN

Current: Residents have been asked not to water lawns between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Penalties: none

Repeat violations: none

Pending: An ordinance is under consideration that would make the non-watering times mandatory this summer if drought conditions persist.

PARK CITY

Current: City ordinance, passed in the 1980s, limits residents to watering lawns every other day between May 1 and Sept. 30 and between 7 p.m. and 10 a.m. Residents should see schedule on back of city utility bills.

Penalties: First offense is a warning.

Repeat violations: Subsequent violations are subject to a fine of between $50 and $500.

Pending: None

PRICE

Current: The city has imposed no water restrictions on residents but has asked in a city newsletter for no lawn watering between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. and not to water on Sundays. Heavy water users, such as schools, churches and businesses, are on an alternate-day watering schedule and allowed to water only three days per week.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

RICHFIELD

Current: The City Council passed a resolution asking residents to "voluntarily" not water lawns between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. The resolution is being mailed to residents with the May utility bills and is the topic of the mayor's May newsletter.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: None

ST. GEORGE

Current: Residents have been asked to only water lawns every three days and not to run sprinklers between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m.

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: Watering schedule recommendations will likely become mandatory in June. If drought conditions continue, city will likely limit the communities of Santa Clara and Ivins to their allotted amounts of the city's water supply.

VERNAL

Current: None

Penalties: None

Repeat violations: None

Pending: City Council is preparing an ordinance encouraging residents not to water lawns between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

*As of May 8