It's been more of a headache than anyone ever expected.
Even with the cop crackdown, calls continue to flood 911 centers.
Law enforcement officials had hoped the number of water calls would go down as people got used to the watering ban, but that just hasn't been the case.
Officers have responded to more than 750 complaints since the ban went into effect.
260 of them happened this past Monday, August 20th alone.
Dispatchers say Monday is by far the busiest day for water calls.
That's because it's easier to spot violators because no one is supposed to be watering.
Tuesday, officers responded to 87 calls and between midnight and noon Wednesday, 53 calls.
They've even had to call in extra staff to help handle the high volume of calls, which means paying extra for overtime.
Law enforcement officials say officers have heard every excuse in the book for why people are watering on the wrong days, but at this point, it's too late.
If you're caught violating the law, it's very likely you'll get a ticket which comes with a $500 fine and/or up to a year in jail.
To remind everyone, even addresses water Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
Odds water Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
No one waters Monday.