ROCKWALL, TX (July 27, 2022) – While residents’ ongoing water conservation efforts have been successful in decreasing consumption in the past few weeks, the City of Rockwall reminds residents we need to continue to be frugal with water usage. Temperatures continue to be in the triple digits, and there has been no significant rain to help alleviate drought concerns. We can all do a better job to help preserve our existing water resources.
Homeowners are encouraged to limit outside lawn and landscape watering to only twice a week, and not between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. In addition, residents are asked to check sprinkler heads for leaks that can cause hundreds and even thousands of gallons of water to run into the street unknowingly. There are many ways we can all be “water wise.” Here is a link to some tips from our water provider, North Texas Municipal Water District: https://www.ntmwd.com/help-us-conserve/easy-ways-to-save/.
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