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City of Nortonville Issues a Stage 1 Water Watch
Effective 07/26/2012
Due to the continued drought weather conditions, the City of Nortonville is asking residents to curtail outdoor water use and to make efficient use of indoor water.  
Water conservation tips include:  
Take shorter showers
Wash full loads of clothes and dishes
Turn the water off and on when brushing teeth or shaving
Limit outdoor watering and use a soaker hose for plants
Avoid hosing down sidewalks, patios and driveways.
Repair leaky faucets and toilets
The City has specific policies and procedures in place regarding water conservation other than voluntary. The City is authorized by ordinance to implement the appropriate conservation measure.  
 Edward L. Scott, Mayor

The City of Nortonville requires all dogs and cats to be tagged every year.  To avoid unnecessary fines and fees please up date your pets tag. To update your pets tag we will need a copy of your pet’s rabies shot record; If you no longer have you pet please let us know so we can update our records.  Cost are $5.00 for neutered and spayed pets; $10.00 for un-neutered & un-spayed pets.