Cougar Irrigation Blog
Monday, January 4, 2016
Austin Water 1 day per week watering survey, online http://speakupaustin.org/
Austin Water is considering making permanent restrictions to watering schedules following the severe Texas drought.
The changes would mean Austinites could only water once-a-week. As this proposal moves into the hands of the City Council, Austin Water asks for the community’s feedback on the restrictions.
These restrictions played a key role in keeping Highland Lake levels from dropping to emergency levels during the peak drought days, according to Austin Water.
You have a chance to voice your opinion at the Open House Meetings throughout January. The meetings run between 6-8 p.m.
Jan. 7 Hampton Branch Library (5125 Convict Hill Rd, 78749)
Jan. 12 Southeast Branch Library (5803 Nuckols Crossing Rd, 78744)
Jan. 21 Carver Branch Library (1161 Angelina St., 78702)
Jan. 26 Spicewood Springs Branch (8637 Spicewood Springs Rd, 78759)
A final public workshop wrap-up meeting will be Feb. 3 at Waller Creek Center, room 104.
Feedback can also be given
online by taking a survey
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