Stage 2 Water Conservation In Effect
- Voluntary Watering Restrictions is November 1 to February 29
- Mandatory Watering Restrictions is March 1 to October 31
- Water Restrictions
- Water IQ (Texas Water Development Board)
The “Water IQ: Know your water” is a statewide public awareness water conservation program that educates Texans about water conservation. Through Water IQ, the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) provides information on water-efficient practices, raises awareness about the importance of water conservation and helps Texas use less water.
Save Texas Water
Water Conservation is a mission and responsibility shared by many in the State of Texas. It is an interest and commitment shared between planners, managers, consumers, landowners, businesses and the citizens of Texas.
The goal towards sustainable practices and the conservation of our water resources embodies a state’s aspirations and obligations to ensure that benefits are derived for every Texan. Water will always be a limited resource. Stewardship of our water resources can provide sustainability for future generations and the future needs of Texas.
LCRA is a conservation and reclamation district created by the Texas Legislature in 1934. (See The LCRA Enabling Legislation.) It has no taxing authority and operates solely on utility revenues and fees generated by supplying energy, water and community services
Current City Conservation Programs
- Drop by Drop Landscape Rebate
- Education / Girl Scout Patch
- Sprinkler System Evaluations
- Save our Pfuture Activity Book
- Water Conservation Tips
- Fix a Leak Week
- Pool & Spa Draining