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.Water conserving toilets save water by doing more with less.  A great investment.Catching rainwater is a fantastic alternative to groundwater use.  And the plants LOVE it.

The District is currently in Stage II Alarm Drought (Press Release)
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Stage II Alarm Drought - 20% Reduction in Pumping
Water Conservation Period

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Setup has started for Saturday's The Rainwater Revival! Join us out at Dripping Springs Ranch Park (a few miles north of Dripping Springs on RR12) from 10-4. The Aquifer District booths are in the Community Room (yay, AC!!!). Stop by and see how much water you can save... win outdoor water conservation kits, drought tolerant plants, drip calculators... we're full of useful prizes! Find out about wells, well drilling activity, and why rainwater harvesting is a wonderful thing! Hope to see you there! Thanks to the Hays County Master Naturalists, Hill Country Alliance, and other sponsoring agencies. We're really excited about the speaker line-up and the display booths! So much amazing rainwater talent and knowledge in one place!!