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CLWSC Changes Drought Watering Plan

The Canyon Lake Shores Surface Water Treatment Plant features two ClariCone® clarifiers, each with the capacity to treat 3 million gallons of water a day. Image courtesy of Canyon Lake Water Service Company.

CLWSC announced on Friday it will change its drought-management plan on June 1,  limiting residents’ use of sprinkler systems from 7 to 10 a.m. and from 7 to 10 p.m. two days per week.

Watering by hand or bucket, and drip irrigation are allowed on any day or time during the year-round watering schedule.

The last digit of residents’ addresses determines the new watering schedule. The schedule remains in effect unless further water restrictions are announced.

New Schedule

0, 2, 4, 6, 8 — Water Mondays and Thursdays

1, 3, 5, 7, 9 — Water Tuesdays and Fridays

No address — Water Mondays and Fridays

No sprinkler watering — Saturdays and Sundays

About CLWSC:

Canyon Lake Water Service Company is a state-regulated, investor-owned utility providing water service to approximately 36,000 people through more than 13,400 connections in Comal and southern Blanco Counties.

The CLWSC service area surrounds Canyon Lake and includes approximately 250 square miles within Comal County and southern Blanco County. CLWSC infrastructure includes over 590 miles of pipes, three surface water treatment plants and over forty active wells located throughout the system. CLWSC currently operates three wastewater treatment facilities and a forth is under construction, all in Comal County.

To contact the company, call 830-312-4600.

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