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The quiet, small town of Cartersville, GA sits just northwest of Atlanta.
With a motto of “Be charmed, Be prosperous, Belong” it is easy to feel welcomed here. Whether you check out a show at the Grand Theatre, one of the monthly car shows downtown, or take a stroll through the Booth Western Art Museum, a hometown feel will encompass you in this historical town.
Cartersville boasts a small population of just over 20,000 people. These hardworking individuals have the opportunity to see the change of seasons without always dealing with weather extremes. For instance, the high temperature in July is 91 degrees while the low in January is 29 degrees. Not much snow at all, though quite a bit of rainfall – an average of 50 inches per year!
Oddly, despite the rainfall, the City of Cartersville has been feeling the effects of a very dry season.
The city has issued specific water rules as of September 2016. The rules state that water can only be used for outdoor purposes between the hours of 4pm and 10am daily. The restriction comes just before an Outdoor Burn Ban issued on November 8, 2016 stating that residents are unable to burn anything outside until the city sees a substantial amount of rain.
Cartersville prides itself on being innovative and moving forward in a green way. The locals look out for each other – and their community. The city offers a Green Street program that offers assessments, incentives, and rebates for residents. It works with them to make sure homes are energy efficient and rewards residents when they are! Why stop with the indoor energy?
Going green extends outside the home, as well! It includes water, plastics, papers, glass, etc. Cartersville seems to have the energy and the recyclables down to a science.
“I have always been a DIY type of guy, so doing it by myself was the only way to go. Jake walked me through the step by step process and gave me the best overall advice … Now my yard looks absolutely amazing and I never have to worry about mowing again!” – Tyler
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Due to the dry climate condition, perhaps both businesses and residents could take water conservation a step further to help their community. By allowing outdoor watering and irrigation between the hours of 4pm and 10am, it is obvious that the city is cutting back watering during the hottest times of the day. This allows time for the grass and vegetation to soak up the much-needed water, rather than it evaporating thanks to the sun. But have you ever stopped to think about just how much water you use to keep your lawn looking green and tasteful? Here are a few tips on reducing outdoor water usage while caring for your grass and other landscaping:
- Make sure your sprinklers are spraying water on your lawn only – not the street or sidewalks.
- Raise the blade on your lawnmower, allowing your grass to stay longer. Believe it or not, taller grass holds the water longer and reduces evaporation.
- Set up rain barrels. When it does rain, you can collect the water and reuse to water your lawn and other vegetation.
Perhaps one of the most efficient ways to reduce outdoor water usage is to transition over to artificial grass. Forget about it being artificial – it looks and feels real! Your kids and pets will like it, too! It is designed to look like a real lawn, but without the need for any real maintenance. That includes no watering! Not only does that mean you will save money on your water bill, but it also means that you will be saving water for your community! You will make Cartersville proud by showing your efforts to go green.
Water is important. If you have ever had to live without it, you know how much we take it for granted. To cook, to bathe, to drink, to clean – it is a necessity. Wasting it to keep a lawn green when there is a better way just doesn’t make sense!