Are there water restrictions in Corpus Christi?

Are there water restrictions in Corpus Christi?

Corpus Christi water customers entered Stage 1 restrictions on December 28, 2020. Residents can now water their yards any day(s) of the week. Watering with an irrigation system or a hose-connected sprinkler is permitted from 6 pm to 10 am. Drip systems or hand watering (with a shutoff nozzle) can be done at any time.

Is Corpus Christi in a drought?

City of Corpus Christi has ended its drought restrictions. “Within just six months, levels dipped low enough to initiate a drought response.” Stage 1 restrictions had included the following : Residents can use their irrigation system once a week on their trash collection day, before 10 a.m. or after 6 p.m.

Is Corpus Christi water contaminated?

Corpus Christi water is safe to drink, and its quality is “the best it’s been,” city water quality treatment officials said Thursday. Residents don’t need to take any precautions before using the city’s water for drinking, cooking or any other use, said Gabriel Ramirez, water quality treatment assistant director.

Does Corpus Christi have clean water?

For years, Corpus Christi residents have dealt with water quality issues — including four water advisories over the course of 17 months. But now the city’s drinking water is finally considered clean. Since 2015, Corpus Christi residents have had to deal with a variety of water contaminations.

Is there a water shortage in Corpus Christi?

City officials held a news conference Monday morning at O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant to announce the city is entering a Stage 1 Mild Water Shortage Watch. The combined water levels at Lake Corpus Christi and Choke Canyon Reservoir, which feed water to the city, are at 39.8 percent.

What does the city of Corpus Christi do with the water?

The Water Department manages the City of Corpus Christi’s water supply and distribution system. The department works to provide safe drinking water that meets state and federal regulations. The department plans for future needs and strives to improve water quality, customer satisfaction, efficiency, and productivity.

When to lift water restrictions in Corpus Christi?

The National Weather Service in Corpus Christi is forecasting scattered showers on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, but it may not be enough to convince city officials to lift the order. “It’s gonna take some pretty long and hard and continuous rain events (to lift the restrictions),” he said.

How to contact the city of Corpus Christi?

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