The state has lifted all restrictions on outdoor watering except for those it has not. Details here.
Georgia’s state Drought Response Committee lifted watering restrictions statewide this morning for the first time since a historic drought began in 2006.
Residential watering is still limited to three times a week on odd-even days, but residents may water at any time of the day. Previously in the midstate, watering was not permitted except between midnight and 10 a.m., except in Macon, which received permission to allow residents to water from 4 p.m. to midnight as well.
So you can water your lawn with the water you pay for, but only when the government tells you that you can.