BUDA, TEXAS — Effective Friday, July 9, the City of Buda is lifting Stage 1 drought restrictions. This change has been initiated because of continued rainfall and the removal of Stage 2 pumping restrictions from Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District.
Year-round conservation measures are in effect and city officials encourage area residents to continue to use water wisely. Irrigation with hose-end and automatic sprinkler systems is not allowed between the hours of 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Residents may water on any day of the week, but are encouraged to voluntarily abide by the twice-per-week watering schedule.
More information and water conservation tips can be found online at: https://www.ci.buda.tx.us/Water-Conservation.
The City of Buda is home to nearly 19,000 residents and has earned designations as a “Texas Main Street City” and “Tree City USA.” With a vision of providing services that contribute to excellent quality of life for the citizens of Buda and a mission of meeting the needs of its citizens, Buda is situated along the Interstate 35 corridor, has 14 parks and a historic downtown district where residents and visitors alike can shop, dine, relax and breathe easy here.
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