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City Under a Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe
Under Stage 5 there is absolutely no outdoor watering. Fines can reach up to $2000. Learn more about restrictions and projects by going to Drought News. Remember, every drop of water you save extends the life of the City's dwindling water supply. 100 Ways to Conserve Water/Water Conservation

 Water Use Graphic-Web.jpg   New Water Tracker Goal
The Water Tracker production goal during Stage 5 has dropped to 14 million gallons a day. Use the the  Water Tracker to see how your conservation efforts are making a difference. The City encourages everyone to become a Water Tracker. Complete details  
Water Purification and Reuse Project Explained
Do you have questions about the City's Water Purification and Reuse project?  Click the play button below to watch a short video which explains everything you want and need to know about the process.



Updated Water FAQ's-See them Now

Have questions about the drought, DPR Project or water take a look at the City's Latest Water FAQ's.

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Current Lake Levels
Lake Levels for September 29, 2014 are: Lake Arrowhead 19.8%, Lake Kickapoo 27.6%, the combined total is 21.9%. The City is under a Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe. Conserve water in every way possible.
Wichita Falls Travel Center and Hello Again Nominated for Awards
The City of Wichita Falls Travel Center and Hello Again have been named finalists of the 2014 Texas Downtown Association (TDA) Presidents Awards Program. Read on...