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Posted on: September 5, 2022

Stage 2 Water Restrictions Still Underway

Drought Conditions

The recent rains were not quite enough to change the City of Cleburne's current drought conditions. The City is still under Stage 2  watering restrictions. 

Stage 2 is initiated by the City Manager when mild drought continues, lake elevations have continued to decline and long-range weather and soil moisture conditions point to continuance of drought conditions.

  • Non-essential water use will be prohibited.  Non-essential is defined as washing house windows, siding, eaves, and roof with a hose without the use of a bucket and a hose cutoff valve; washing driveways, streets, curbs and gutters; washing vehicles without a hose cutoff valve and bucket; draining filling swimming pools; and flushing water systems.
  • Outdoor unattended use of water will be permitted only one day each week and only within the designated hours. There will be no watering from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Attended watering with a hose with a spray nozzle with a shut off or watering with a bucket will not be restricted.  Drip irrigation and use of soaker hoses will be restricted to the twice per week schedule.  

For more information about restrictions and watering days, visit

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