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Eavestroughs, gutters, downspouts, and any related home maintenance are often put off until some emergency or special occasion makes them necessary. However, it’s best to have the outdoor components of your home in good condition all year round so that they function efficiently. A recent drought prompted the City of Edmonton to implement an open season on trees and plantings that could help the city’s vulnerable irrigation system, which is at risk of breaking down in the next two years. As a result, municipal workers are doing more to maintain the network of pipes that deliver water to 1.5 million Edmonton residents and some businesses. The service operation includes inspections, cleaning, and valve work. It also includes removing fallen trees and pruning of remaining trees within city limits. The list of tasks, which should take place this year from April 8 to May 21, includes open work that does not interfere with the water supply. Check the website for details. More information on the city’s ongoing inspections and maintenance programs can be found at edmonton.ca/water and edmonton.ca/outside-service.