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Thank You for Your Water Conservation Efforts During the Drought

In times of uncertainty, it's remarkable how a community can come together to tackle a challenge. We want to extend our gratitude to every one for your dedication to conserving water during our current drought situation.


Currently, we find ourselves in Stage 1 of our drought contingency plan, and your commitment to adhering to watering restrictions has made a significant difference. We understand that it hasn't been easy, but your efforts have played a vital role in preserving our precious water resources.


While we've received some much-needed rain in the past week, it's important to note that it hasn't been enough to move us out of our drought contingency plan just yet. Our region still faces water scarcity challenges, and your continued cooperation is greatly appreciated.


WaterMyYard: A Precise Approach to Lawn Care

In our ongoing efforts to support water conservation and help you maintain beautiful lawns while being mindful of our environment, we're want to make you aware of a great resource called the WaterMyYard program. This initiative, offered through the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office, is designed to provide you with personalized, data-driven watering advice for your specific lawn and irrigation system.


Here's how WaterMyYard works:

  1. Local Weather Data: The program utilizes local weather data collected from an extensive network of weather stations and rain gauges in sponsored areas.
  2. Research-Based Insights: Experts combine this weather data with a deep understanding of plant water needs to develop customized weekly watering advice for your lawn.
  3. Free and Easy: Best of all, this service is entirely free for residents, and it's incredibly easy to use. You can access it from the comfort of your home.

By signing up for WaterMyYard, you'll not only ensure that your lawn gets the right amount of water, but you'll also contribute to our community's ongoing water conservation efforts.


We encourage you to take advantage of this valuable resource. Visit the WaterMyYard website to sign up and start receiving tailored watering advice for your lawn. It's a small step that can make a big difference in preserving our water resources while keeping your lawn looking its best.


Once again, thank you for your dedication to water conservation during this drought. Together, we are making a positive impact on our community and our environment.