COASTAL BEND WATER SYSTEMS REMOVE MOST WATER USE RESTRICTIONS
Major inflows into Lake Corpus Christi in November have resulted in elimination of almost all water use restrictions in the region served by the Coastal Bend regional water supply system managed by the City of Corpus Christi. The San Patricio Municipal Water District Board of Directors voted in December to move from Drought Contingency Plan Stage 2 to Stage 1. Residents, businesses and industry are encouraged to continue water conservation efforts. Sprinkler irrigation of lawns can now be done on any day but is prohibited between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. This is a permanent restriction that remains in effect regardless of drought conditions.
TAKE A TOUR OF OUR WATER SYSTEM STEP-BY-STEP
The Water District has pump stations, transmissions lines, filtration plants and sophisticated control systems. Join our tour and we'll walk you through the process of bringing rier water to our processing plants, turning it into drinking water and then delivering it to our wholesale customers. [TOUR]