For Water or Wastewater Emergencies call 512-218-5555, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Drinking Water Week: May 6-12
- Water Treatment Plant Tour: Thursday, May 10, 3pm-5pm; Space is limited, complete the Tour Request Form to reserve your spot.
- Show & Tell: Friday, May 11, 2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Library
- Free Water Wise Landscaping Classes: May 24, and June 21
- Rebates available on these WaterSense labeled appliances and fixtures
- Help keep your utility bill to a minimum.
- During cooler months, water once per month, as needed. This is not the growing season, so plants and grass do not need much water. Generally, rainfall will provide enough water.
- Do not water during the heat of the day.
- During cooler temperatures and after rain events, turn the irrigation system off and run it manually when needed.
- Visit Water Conservation and read the Water Spot blog for irrigation how-to videos, conservation rebate programs, and more!
Want to know what you’re paying for? Watch this quick video about the water service a typical residential water bill covers, and the costs of delivering a consistent, reliable flow of safe and affordable drinking water to your faucet.
|Outdoor Watering Schedule|
|Property Type||Watering Days|
|Residential Odd-Numbered Address||Wednesday and/or Saturday|
|Residential Even-Numbered Address||Thursday and/or Sunday|
|Commercial, Industrial, Multifamily, Institutional, Government||Tuesday and/or Friday|
Check out Household Water Tips for information on how to determine if you have a leak, bypass your water softener, and much more. If you don’t find your answers here, contact our Waterline Maintenance Division at 512-218-5555, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and a staff member will gladly assist you.
Our tiered water rate structure is designed to encourage water conservation. Throughout the year, customers with heavier water usage are charged increasingly higher rates. Find current rates here. Use our rate calculator to determine your monthly bill.
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.