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Dry Sprinkler

Area Water Restrictions Remain Despite Rain

Now that some areas in the region saw more than four inches of rain during Monday’s storms, will the North Texas Municipal Water District lift its water restrictions?


Water flows from a bathroom tap. (credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Water District Extends Stage 3 Restrictions Until June

Thanks to the recent rain cities across Collin and Dallas counties have been saved from Stage 4 watering restrictions.


The City of Dallas seal on displays outside a wall at Dallas City Hall. (credit: Matt Goodman/KTVT/KTXA)

City Of Dallas Prepares To Initiate Water Restrictions

The city of Dallas is the latest municipality to begin ordering water restrictions during one of the most severe droughts on record.


City of Frisco Logo

Frisco To Enact Stage 3 Water Restrictions In November

Effective Nov. 1, the city of Frisco will enact Stage 3 water restrictions, further limiting outdoor water usage.


Water drops out of a tap. (credit: Lars Baron/Getty Images)

Tarrant County Implements Tougher Water Restictions

Declining water capacity has triggered Stage One restrictions for the Tarrant Regional Water District.


Farming Drought

Irving Enacts Further Water Restrictions

The city of Irving has enacted Stage 2 water restrictions, which further limits the amount of time residents can water their lawns.


A severe drought has caused a number of dry-land (non-irrigated) crops in Texas to fail. (credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Southlake Eyes Further Water Restrictions

Southlake officials are worried if water demand isn’t scaled back they may have to take further water conservation efforts.