Irrigation ban remains amid water emergency
Aquarion Water Company joined city and town officials at UConn Stamford Monday morning to discuss the state's ongoing drought.
The community meeting set to examine the irrigation ban that has recently been put in place across many cities to conserve water.
Though officials say some regulations, like the banned usage of power washers and hoses, have been lifted, the use of sprinkler systems is still prohibited.
News 12 is told that people who do not stop using their sprinkler systems could have their water shut off.
Officials say while reservoirs are improving, water levels still aren't high enough to meet demand, specifically in Darien, Stamford, New Canaan and Greenwich.
Jeff Ulrich, from Aquarion Water Company, tells News 12 that the ban could be lifted by May, but customers will still be limited to watering their lawns twice a week.