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Drought Water Restrictions Lifted
The Wichita Falls City Council voted today, June 16th, to lift drought water restrictions leaving in place the year round restrictions that are permanently in the City Ordinance. The year round restrictions include:
1. No spray watering any day between 11:00 am and 6:00 pm
2. No washing a car at home unless the hose is equipment with a nozzle with a shut-off valve.
3. Water at a restaurant, bar or club must be requested by a patron not automatically provided. Press Release
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To learn more about water rates, surcharges and how these will be affected now that the drought has ended please read the Water Rate Press Release and the Water Rate FAQ's. These will help answer any questions you may have.

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