Fort Hood is in Stage 4 Emergency Water Conservation as a result of an interruption to its main water supply.
Conserving water and following tough restrictions is part of life for people in many North Texas cities. Now, to help eliminate detrimental excesses and reward customers, one city had announced a Watering Restriction Holiday.
Homeowners in the North Texas Municipal Water District face another long, even drier summer. Water district officials want to extend the current once-every-two-weeks restrictions through Halloween.
As North Texas faces its third driest winter and summer since record keeping began, cities are urging residents to conserve water—-with very differing approaches.
Conservation efforts are paying off and water usage is down in Fort Worth. But as people use less water, the city is considering raising rates to cover water department operating costs.
Texas Parks & Wildlife is launching a campaign to promote water conservation this summer. Country-rock musician Kevin Fowler made a video that has started airing across the state.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has launched a water education network as a one-stop online source on quality, conservation and management.
With parts of North Texas in Stage-3 water restrictions it might seem counter-intuitive for local water utilities to intentionally flush water “down the drain”… but that’s exactly what some are doing.
Texas voters approved seven constitutional amendments on Tuesday, which will allow new cooperation between cities and counties.
Texans across the state are being asked to conserve water. But at least one elected leader does not appear to be doing his part.
There are no mandatory water restrictions for residents in the City of Dallas… yet. On Friday the city asked both commercials and residential customers to “step up” their efforts to conserve.
Southlake officials are worried if water demand isn’t scaled back they may have to take further water conservation efforts.