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AUSTIN (KXAN) — After impressive rainfall totals in October, some cities in Central Texas are reducing water restrictions.
Restrictions vary from city to city, and each community has its own hierarchy of restrictions based upon drought contingency plans. That means Stage 2 restrictions in Austin may not be the same as those in Dripping Springs.
To help keep track, KXAN has created a map and database so you can easily find the restrictions in your city. We will keep these updated as cities change drought stages.
Giddings, Hutto, Manor, Pflugerville and San Marcos have all reduced water restrictions since the start of November.
The map below shows restrictions regarding automatic irrigation systems. Hover over or click on a city to see the information. For a full list of restrictions, please scroll down to the table below.
The table below shows the full list of restrictions in each community. You can search for your city or water provider in the top left.
If you notice an error or if your city tightens or loosens restrictions, let us know! Email the information to email@example.com.