A valuable resource to our community, conserving and preserving our drinking water happens through the efforts of City Utilities and of our customers.  Water conservation tips, rebate programs, and guidelines safeguard our ability to continue to provide you quality drinking water you expect.


Water Quality and Safety

  • Boil Water Notices – learn what to do if you are under a boil water advisory or boil water order.
  • Backflow Prevention – take the necessary steps to correctly connect your irrigation system to the water distribution network.
  • Consumer Confidence Report – an annual report on the quality of our drinking water.


Even or Odd WateringEven Odd Watering

Water your lawns on designated days to help conserve water and save you money. 

  • If your house number is even, water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
  • If your house number is odd, water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
  • No watering on Monday.
  • For more information download the Even/Odd Watering brochure.

Current Lake Statistics

Current Lake Levels
Total Storage  99.9 %
Average Storage 84 %
McDaniel Lake +.13 feet
Fellows Lake -.04 feet
Updated: 1/29/2016 8:55 AM

Water & Natural Gas Projects

Do you have flags in your yard and want to know what may be coming?  View a map of scheduled natural gas and water main renewals to see what projects are coming soon.

Project Map


Emergency Water Conservation Plan

City Utilities works ahead of drought conditions. Review the key points to the current plan.


Water Tips and Tools