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Jersey Village to Update Drought Contingency Plan - Your Input Needed

The City of Jersey Village is in the process of updating our Drought Contingency Plan. This critical plan, which is updated every five years, outlines the city’s strategies for water conservation and management during periods of drought. The next update is due in April 2024, and we're seeking the valuable input of our residents.

Review the Draft Plan The draft of the updated Drought Contingency Plan is now available for review on the city’s website. Residents can access the document by clicking here. This plan is essential for ensuring that Jersey Village remains prepared for varying water availability and can implement effective water conservation measures when needed.

Share Your Thoughts with the City Council We understand the importance of community involvement in shaping policies that affect us all. Therefore, we invite Jersey Village residents to share their thoughts, concerns, and suggestions regarding the draft plan with the City Council. There will be an opportunity to address the Council directly during the City Council meeting on March 18, 2024. This is your chance to contribute to the city's drought response strategy and make your voice heard.

Why Your Input Matters Community feedback is invaluable as it helps us refine our approach to water conservation and drought management. By participating in this process, residents can play a part in ensuring that our city’s policies reflect our collective needs and priorities. Your input will help us create a more resilient, sustainable Jersey Village for current and future generations. Please provide your input by taking the survey below.

Stay Engaged We encourage all our residents to review the draft Drought Contingency Plan and consider participating in the upcoming City Council meeting. Together, we can ensure that Jersey Village continues to lead in effective water management and environmental conservation.

Remember, your involvement makes a difference. Let's work together to protect our precious water resources and prepare our community for the challenges of drought.