Daylight saving time begins Sunday morning. At 2 a.m. clocks should be moved ahead one hour.
With the beginning of daylight saving time, the City of Sacramento's water conservation ordinance allows more frequent watering. Residents and businesses may water up to three days a week.
Addressees ending in odd numbers may water Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday only. Even-numbered addresses may water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
No watering is allowed on Mondays. Landscape irrigation must be done before 10 a.m. and after 7 p.m.
While more frequent watering is allowed, city water officials say residents should not water during rainy spells and limit irrigation runoff.
Since Nov. 4, residents have been limited to watering yards and gardens only one day a week -- either Saturday or Sunday.
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