Stage I Water Conservation Period (May 1 – Sept. 30) - Voluntary Reduction in Pumping
Spring has sprung!  The recent rains have made the native gardens full of color and activity!  This is salvia and a hungry bee.Spring has sprung!  The recent rains have made the native gardens full of color and activity! Spring has sprung!  The recent rains have made the native gardens full of color and activity! Spring has sprung!  The recent rains have made the native gardens full of color and activity!

The District is currently in Stage I - Water Conservation Period (10% voluntary reduction in pumping).
View current aquifer status.

Stage I Water Conservation Period (May 1 – Sept. 30) - Voluntary Reduction in Pumping
Water Conservation Period

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With widespread flooding & karst aquifers, use caution with drinking well water. Rapid recharge to aquifers can wash in bacteria & other contaminants. If you notice a change in taste, smell or appearance of your drinking water, be on the safe side and boil before drinking or switch to bottled water. Hays County has issued a boil water notice for its residents drinking well water:

www.haysinformed.com/water-boil-notice.aspx


Water Boil Notice - Hays County Emergency Information
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