E. Texas cities under water restrictions


Released from Cross Roads Special Utility District:

Due to the unreasonably hot and dry conditions this summer, Cross Roads Special Utility District is announcing the initiation of Stage III of the Drought Contingency Plan effective immediately. We need to reduce the demand for water. The aquifer's water level has dropped low enough that our well pumps are not able to pump full capacity in order to keep up with the current demand. We are asking all customers to cease outside watering and any unessential water usage until the conditions change.

Call the office at 903-984-8014 if you have any questions.

Southern Utilities Company: Stage 1 Drought Contingency Plan effective starting Wednesday, August 17.

(KLTV) - Listed are cities that are under water restrictions. This list is subject to change.

Bullard: Stage 2 of Drought Contingency Plan

Hawkins: Stage 2 of Drought Contingency Plan.

Gladewater: Stage 2 of Drought Contingency Plan.

Warren City: Stage 2 Drought Contingency Plan due to the fact that Warren City purchases its water from Gladewater.

Gilmer: Stage 1 of Drought Contingency Plan.

Big Sandy: No watering at all on Mondays. Even addresses can water Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday. Odd address can water Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Lindale: Residents under "Lindale Rural" are under water restriction.

Smith County Municipal Utility District #1 (Owentown): Stage I Water-Use Restrictions

New London: Voluntary water restrictions.