Water Conservation

Due to ongoing drought conditions and persistently low lake levels, the City of Cedar Park entered Stage 3 Water Conservation Measures on August 14, 2023. This is an effort to conserve water, as required by the LCRA, which manages Cedar Park’s sole water supply, Lake Travis. Under the Drought Contingency Plan, which aligns with the LCRA Plan, the City of Cedar Park aims to reduce its water consumption by 10-to-20 percent. WTCMUD1 follows the City of Cedar Park water conservation restrictions. Currently we are under a Stage 3 water restriction, which allows residents to water one designated day per week before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m. on your designated day.


  • Addresses ending in 1 or 3 water on WEDNESDAY.
  • Addresses ending in 4, 6 or 8 water on THURSDAY.
  • Addresses ending in 5,7 or 9 water on SATURDAY.
  • Addresses ending in 0 or 2 water on SUNDAY.
  • All commercial addresses including HOA’s water on TUESDAY.
  • No one may water outdoors on a MONDAY or FRIDAY.

*Hand watering with a trigger nozzle is allowed anytime.

Main Office (Open Tues & Thur 7am - 4pm)
1000 Old Mill Road, Cedar Park, TX 78613
(512) 246-0498

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