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More than 50,000 residents in Bastrop County and portions of adjacent counties in Texas rely on Aqua Water Supply Corporation to provide water for their daily lives. Most are homeowners, farmers, and ranchers who count on Aqua for safe and reliable drinking water.

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Aqua Water Supply Continues Voluntary Water Conservation

On July 24th, 2018, the General Manager of Aqua Water Supply Corporation (Aqua) requests members to continue Stage 1 water restrictions as defined in Aqua’s Drought Contingency Plan. The goal of this conservation effort is to achieve a 10% reduction in daily water demand sufficient to stabilize water levels of key storage tanks.

Aqua members are requested to voluntarily limit the irrigation of landscape areas to the following schedule:

Before 10:00 A.M. and after 7:00 P.M.

Inspect your sprinkler system to ensure you are not wasting water. Broken heads, leaking pipes and valves need to be repaired.

Water waste includes:

  • Overspray onto impervious surfaces
  • Water from the sprinkler system running off the property
  • Leaking faucets
Aqua members are urged to apply no more than one-inch of water to the landscape on your watering day. Water usage for livestock is exempt.

If you have water conservation questions please call 303-3943 ext. 136, or email questions to: aquaconservation@aquawsc.com

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