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Goal: Limit the daily pumpage at the water treatment plant to .6 million gallons per day.
Water use restrictions: All requirements for Stage 4 shall remain in effect during Stage 5:
Residents shall be allowed to water trees, gardens, shrubs, potted plants and foundations once per week, on designated watering day during designated time by use of hand held hose or drip irrigation.
Residents shall be allowed to irrigate with sprinkler systems or hose-end sprinklers once per week on designated watering day during designated time.
Addresses Ending In Allowed Day
0,2 or 4 Sunday
1 or 3 Saturday
Commercial, Multi-family even address Tuesday
Commercial, Multi-Family odd address Friday
Use of water to wash any motor vehicle, motorbike, boat, trailer, airplane or other vehicle is absolutely prohibited.
**Filling or refilling of any pools and/or hot tubs is allowed in lieu of landscape irrigation.** The City of Llano City Pool and City Splash Pad may be refilled to allow a safe alternative to the recreational use of the river.
If pumping goals cannot be maintained, the Mayor or his/her designate shall have the authority to further limit irrigation.
No application for new, additional, expanded, or increased-in-size water service connections, meters, service lines, pipeline extensions, mains, or water service facilities of any kind shall be approved, and time limits for approval of such applications are hereby suspended for such time as this drought response stage or a higher-numbered stage shall be in effect.
Due to potential biological growth due to low flow conditions, swimming in the Llano River at Robinson Lake and Town Lake in Badu Park is strongly advised against.
Water rate increases for Stage 5 from the Drought Contingency Plan will not be in place at this time.