Georgetown Water Services
Watering Limit: Two Days per Week Starts Oct. 14, 2013
The City of Georgetown will limit outdoor watering to two days per week starting on Monday, October 14.
Based on a request from the Brazos River Authority on October 2, 2013, water utilities that rely on Lake Georgetown will enact phase 1 of their Drought Contingency Plan on October 14, 2013. Those four water utilities—City of Georgetown, City of Round Rock, Chisholm Trail SUD, and Brushy Creek MUD—will enact a two-day-per-week watering limit.
The following water use limits will go into effect on Monday, October 14, 2013 for City of Georgetown water customers.
For irrigation systems and hose-end sprinklers, landscape irrigation will be limited to a schedule based on the last digit of your address number:
Odd addresses may irrigate on
Tuesday and/or Saturday
Even addresses may irrigate on
Wednesday and/or Sunday
No sprinkler or irrigation system use is permitted on Mondays, Thursdays, or Fridays.
No irrigation Noon to 7 p.m.
Watering with a sprinkler or irrigation system is not permitted from 12 noon to 7 p.m. each day.
Watering with a hand-held hose or bucket can be done any day and at any time. Other outdoor water uses such as vehicle washing or filling a swimming pool can be done any day at any time.
Violations of the irrigation schedule may result in fines.
For water conservation tips, to see aquifer and lake levels, read the Water Quality Report, or find out about City water utility projects, see the links at the left.
For assistance in programming your irrigation controller, call Customer Care at (512) 930-3640, or email email@example.com.
If you need to request a variance, please visit this page.
Recommended Start Times
The City encourages customers to set the start time for automatic irrigation controllers based on the last digit of the customer address as follows:
|Last digit of street address:||Start time:|
|0 or 8||12 a.m.|
|1 or 9||1 a.m.|
These start times are only for customers with automatic irrigation controllers. Residents and business owners with movable sprinklers do not have to follow the irrigation start times, but should follow the mandatory rules for watering days, and avoid watering any time on Monday.
For a detailed description of water rates and tiers, please visit https://customercare.georgetown.org/rates/.
Chisholm Trail Regionalization Feasibility Study
A consolidation study commissioned through Interlocal Agreements between the City Council and the CTSUD Board of Directors in February 2012, engaging three consultant firms for performing an evaluation of the request. The results of the study are contained within this Final Report document “City of Georgetown & Chisholm Trail Special Utility District Consolidation Feasibility Study”. Read more…
Sign up for AquaAlerts
The Aqua Messenger program allows water utility customers to receive Aqua Alert emails each month at up to three water consumption levels. The trigger points are set by the customer and can be changed at any time. For example, Alerts can be sent at thresholds of 10,000, 15,000, and 20,000 gallons per month. Sign up by calling Customer Care at (512) 930-3640, or go to the online AquaMessenger Sign-up Page. You may also fill out the form, print it and mail the form to: Customer Care, 300-1 Industrial Avenue, Georgetown, TX, 78626.