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Save Abilene Water

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Abilene is now following a 3-day per week water conservation schedule

How Can You Help Save Water in Abilene?

Year Round Water Use Management is triggered when the Lake Fort Phantom Hill is less than 5 feet below the spillway. At this stage, outdoor watering has been expanded to three times per week. Please refer to the chart below to see when your designated days are for watering.

Despite moving to Year Round Water Management from Stage 1 water conservation, City officials still encourage residents to conserve water by watering their lawn once every seven days on one of the designated water days.

3-Day a Week Watering Schedule

When Lake Fort Phantom is less than 5 feet below spillway:

Locations

Watering Days

Times

 Odd Number Addresses  Wednesday, Friday, & Sunday  Midnight to 10am & 6pm to Midnight
 Even Number Addresses  Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday  Midnight to 10am & 6pm to Midnight
 Industrial, commercial, government customers, public & private schools, & universities  Monday, Wednesday, & Friday  Midnight to 10am & 6pm to Midnight
Dishwasher  

Dishwasher – Make it a Full Load

Whether a full or partial load, each run uses 15 gallons of water. To save water, wait for a full load before running the dishwasher.

Water Quality Report
Ways to Conserve Water
Conservation History
Our Lakes
Ponder the Squander - Click here
Check regular drought levels in Texas - Click here
Download the Water Stage Chart - Click here
Download the Water Conservation Plan - Click here

Contact Save Abilene Water 

Have questions regarding the water ordinance, current conservation status, or other? Contact Save Abilene Water by sending us an email at waterbilling@abilenetx.com.

Questions regarding a water bill? Please visit municipalonlinepayments.com/abilenetx

For more information, call (325) 676-6405

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