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Drought News
City is Now Under a Stage 3: Drought Emergency. Continue Water Conservation Efforts

Important Links
Direct Potable Reuse Project Details
Drought Management Stages 1-5
Water Conservation Tips
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Residential Water Zone Map 

Other Cities Too
There are many other cities in the state where water has grown scarce. See how they are coping and preparing for the future in these informative videos from the Texas Conservation Alliance.

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Engineering Professor Examines DPR Project
University of Texas Engineering Professor, Desmond Lawler examines the growing interest in and safety of DPR projects. One of his quotes from the article, "If you want to drink very clean water, direct potable reuse will likely provide higher quality water than many drinking water plants currently produce now." Read the article
 
Have Questions About the Future of Our Water?
City Manager Darron Leiker provides answers.

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Business, Industry and Institutions
can conserve water as well as home owners. Learn more through the newly published Water Conservation for Industries, Business and Institutions brochure created by the Texas Water Development Board.

Property owners with a personal and financial investment in landscaping can receive effective and efficient watering advice from experts from the Texas AgriLife Extension Service through their new brochure, A Watering Guide for Texas Landscape.
What You Can Do
Everyone is encouraged to conserve water throughout the year by following any number of the 100 Ways to Save Water provided by the City's Public Information Office. These tips cover indoor and outdoor water use, which leads to a savings in water, energy and money.

100 Ways to Save Water
Water Saving Tips: Bathroom-Laundry
Water Saving Tips: General
Water Saving Tips: Kitchen
Water Saving Tips: Outdoors

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Grey Water Systems
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has regulations that govern the use of grey water- water from showers, tubs, washing machines, reclaimed rainwater...etc. 
Link to grey water use for residents with city sewer service.
Link to grey water use for residents using on-site septic systems.
Water Conservation and Water Reports
There are three informative water reports available for viewing which will answer questions and give excellent insight into the City's options for additional water sources. See the Reports Learn more: Drought News and Water ConservationWater Tracker



Contact Us
Contact Information
Wichita Falls Public Information Office
1300 7th Street Suite 109
Wichita Falls, TX 76301

Phone: (940) 761-7477
Email

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.