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City of Fulshear Returns to Stage 1 Conservation Measures

(FULSHEAR) – The City of Fulshear is returning to Stage 1 water conservation measures after cooling weather and increased rainfall created less demand on the city’s water system.

In issuing Stage 1 water conservation measures, the city continues to ask residents and businesses, excluding residents with their own well systems, to assist the city with conserving water.

To assist, residents and businesses should:

  • Voluntarily reduce watering and/or irrigation to three times a week

  • Voluntarily change the irrigation schedule to outside high demand hours, which are 4 a.m.-8 a.m. and 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.

  • Voluntarily reduce water usage inside your home/business

  • Assess and repair and irrigation leaks, hose leaks, toilet leaks and any other potential leaks that may cause unexpected water loss

The City of Fulshear will also assist in water conservation by:

  • Reducing landscape irrigation at all city facilities

  • Halting non-essential vehicle washing

  • Halting the establishment of new landscaping

  • Limiting hydrant flushing, except for water system repairs


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