Stage II Alarm Drought - 20% Reduction in Pumping
Drips waste countless gallons each year.  Be part of the solution.  Fix leaky faucets, toilets, and hose bibs.Rate structures are primarily designed to provide revenue stability and to maintain equitable cost of service. However, rate structures can go well beyond the main objectives and provide an excellent opportunity for a utility to promote water conservation.Water conserving toilets save water by doing more with less.  A great investment.

The District is currently in Stage II Alarm Drought (Press Release)
View current aquifer status.

Stage II Alarm Drought - 20% Reduction in Pumping
Water Conservation Period

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Tomorrow's meeting is near Slaughter and I-35, in our District. #txwater

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Travis County will be hosting six public meetings throughout the county to solicit feedback on the draft Land Water and Transportation Plan. Join us at the meeting closest to you! #LWTP