All-Star inspections provides irrigation inspections on all commercial, multi-family (apartments), industrial, homeowner associations and any other property that are not a single-family home or duplex. Since 2014, we have been focused on making these inspections a low impact process for our customers while keeping them in compliance with City Codes. City of Austin (Austin Water) and City of Round Rock require all commercial facilities to have their irrigation systems inspection by a licensed Irrigation Inspector.
HOW OFTEN ARE THESE ASSESSMENTS DUE?
Assessments are due every two years based on service address:
− Odd-numbered service addresses are due in odd-numbered years
− Even-numbered service addresses are due in even-numbered years. The specific due date within the year is based on zip code WHEN CAN
WHAT DOES THE IRRIGATION ASSESSMENT ENTAIL?
It is a station by station irrigation system inspection that looks for City of Austin defined water waste, which includes:
This rule will go into effect January 2023, on a rotating schedule by zip code, with the inspection due by October 1 of each year.
The intent of the ordinance amendment is to reduce water wasted from inefficient or malfunctioning irrigation systems. This means identifying and fixing problems such as leaks, high water pressure, non-working weather sensors and broken components.