The City of Round Rock’s Drought Restrictions encompass all Round Rock water customers, which includes residents residing in Municipal Utility Districts (MUDs) outside the City limits.

In Stage 1, outdoor watering is allowed up to two days per week on your scheduled watering days, before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m.

Address ending inAllowed watering days under Stage 1
4 or 8Sunday and/or Thursday
0 or 3Monday and/or Thursday
2, 6 or 7Tuesday and/or Friday
1, 5 or 9Wednesday and/or Saturday

For Water or Wastewater emergencies, call 512-218-5555 (available 24/7). To report water violations, please submit this form or call 512-671-2872. All complaints are confidential.

The City of Round Rock provides water services in and around the city, including several Municipal Utility Districts (MUDs) outside city limits. To determine if Round Rock is your water service provider, locate your property on the Round Rock Water Service Area Map.

Drought Restrictions

Stage 1 Drought Restrictions are still in place as our water supply, Lakes Georgetown, Stillhouse Hollow, and Travis continue to decline. 

Stage 1 Drought Restrictions went into effect June 29, 2022. Outdoor watering is allowed before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m. on your designated watering days.

Water Usage Data

Round Rock’s primary water source is Lake Georgetown. When needed, the City pumps water into Lake Georgetown from Lake Stillhouse Hollow. The City also supplements our lake water supplies with water from the Edwards Aquifer and Lake Travis. Learn more about Round Rock’s water sources on our About Your Water page.
The following charts include:
  1. Total daily water usage in Round Rock, in millions of gallons
  2. Current lake level at Lake Georgetown (Round Rock’s primary water source)
  3. Total monthly water usage, in millions of gallons
  4. Total inches of rainfall (recorded at the City’s Water Treatment Plant)
Higher than normal temperatures and low amounts of rainfall have a tremendous effect on the amount of water produced in Round Rock. As you can see from the chart below, water use begins to increase mid-February and continues to rise through the summer months.

Round Rock is a proud partner and supporter of the following water organizations:

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