If you have driven by Lake Travis lately or watched the local evening news, you know that our water resources in Greater Austin are nearing all time lows. Lake Travis is not just the place where we play in the summer, but this is one of Austin's primary sources of drinking water. Not just in Austin, but in our surrounding cities and communities. It is sad to watch and a little scary to think about what this may mean in the future in terms of the price and availability of water.
To find out how the watering restrictions affect you in area, go to the link below. Keep in mind that while you may be in a Municipal Utility District (MUD), the watering restrictions for your area probably still apply--check with your MUD.
Here are the links:
River Place MUD
Other links at the LCRA