Bridport will be placed on stage one water restrictions for more than three months in order to maintain the water supply to the town over the summer holiday period, according to TasWater.
The restrictions begin on Friday, December 18 and will continue until March 30.
TasWater asset strategy manager Duncan Sinclair said they were in the process of developing a long-term solution for the town's water supply to increase its capacity in the future.
However, he said only small changes were needed from people for these types of restrictions.
"Even small changes can have a significant impact on the amount of water available in the system," he said.
"Many factors were considered before implementing restrictions for the Bridport community, including the increased demand on the town's water supply during the annual influx of summer holiday visitors and the longer-term weather patterns in the region.
"Implementing these restrictions will help us ensure water is available when residents, visitors and businesses turn on their taps."
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Stage one restrictions aim to reduce non-essential water use by 20 per cent by encouraging more conscious use of water at home and at work through time limitations on manual and automatic watering systems. However, hand held hoses with a trigger nozzle, buckets or a watering can be used at any time.
Mr Sinclair said they thanked the community for their cooperation to reduce their water use and encouraged all Tasmanians to consider theirs.
"It is a finite resource," he said.
"We encourage Bridport locals to spread the word on water conservation and its importance to people visiting the town."
For more information on the restrictions, visit taswater.com.au
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