SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) - Homeowners in San Marcos may be on the verge of Stage 3 water restrictions.
The city sent out an alert Thursday saying the recent rains have had a minimal impact on boosting the level of the Edwards Aquifer. That is the area's main water source.
Officials say the mid-July rain increased aquifer levels by three feet, but since then the aquifer has already dropped four feet to 639 feet.
When the 10-day average drops below 640 feet, Stage 3 restrictions will be triggered.
Stage 3 rules in San Marcos restrict lawn watering to one time every other week.
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