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City of Kerrville remains in Stage 1 Moderate Water Conservation measures

todayMarch 6, 2023 1

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The City of Kerrville has announced that it remains in Stage 1 Moderate Water Conservation measures due to the continuing dry conditions. In August 2022, the city adjusted its Safe Operating Capacity by proactively reducing the amount of river water pumped out of the Guadalupe River by 980,000 gallons a day. During that same month, the city entered into Stage 1 conservation measures.

“The citizens of Kerrville have continued to responsibly self-curtail their water usage throughout 2022 and now 2023,” City of Kerrville Assistant Director of Public Works Scott Loveland said. “In addition, the city continues to carefully monitor all the factors related to the drought, including river flow. well levels, water system sustainability, water demand, short/long term weather forecasts, and all other related factors.”

Stage 1 Moderate Water Conservation measures will remain in effect until further notice. The watering schedule for Stage 1 allows for landscape and lawn watering with hose-end sprinklers or automatic irrigation systems from 6-10 a.m. and 8 p.m. – 12 a.m. on Tuesday and Saturday for street addresses whose last digit ends in an odd number, and 6-10 a.m. and 8 p.m. – 12 a.m. on Wednesday and Sunday for street addresses whose last digit ends in an even number.

Landscape watering with a hand-held hose is allowed every day and any time for all addresses in Stage 1.

Stage 1 measures do not affect the city’s reuse water customers, which include three area golf courses, the Sports Complex, and the Tivy High School and Schreiner University athletic fields.

The City of Kerrville Water Management Plan can be found on the city’s website at


Written by: Michelle Layton

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