League City lifts water conservation recommendations
League City is easing water restrictions enacted during repairs to the transmission line that carries 90 percent of the city's surface water.
Residents are no longer on Stage 1 of the Drought Contingency Plan, which called for voluntary water conservation.
City staff say they will continue to monitor water usage and the contingency may be enacted again if usage exceeds 75 percent of available surface water for three consecutive days.
"League City citizens have done a good job of conserving, and the numbers show it," said Mike Loftin, League City manager, in a press release. "We ask that residents and businesses continue to be mindful of their water usage this summer."
Residents will be alerted via Blackboard Connect phone calls, emails, text messages and signboards if conservation measures are reinstated.
For more information, visit www.leaguecity.com/waterwise.
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