In preparation for warmer weather, Parks staff have been checking City park irrigations systems. With continued drought conditions, this remains a very important matter to staff. Staff monitor and receive leak alerts from the EyeOnWater service which allows them to address leaks as soon as possible. With water use restrictions still in place, staff use recycled water wherever possible and have been using all tools at their disposal to save water while still caring for the City’s trees, turf and landscaping. In the photo you will see Parks mechanic Jim O’Hagan repairing a leak at Riviera Park.