The lack of rain in the forecast has made Wichita Falls city officials find ways to conserve the supply we do have and one of those methods has now been up and running for about a month.
The city's water tracker shows how many gallons of potable water Wichita Falls citizens use each day.
The new tool is showing positive results.
The city set a goal of using less than 15 million gallons a day and so far the city has stayed well under that number.
“The community has really stepped up to the plate and their doing their share of conserving water and our normal use is from 18 million a day down to about 12 and a half or 13 during this time of year so the community has done a great job, the citizens of this community have taken the problem at hand and they've done what needs to be done,” says Mayor Glenn Barham.
To view the city's water tracker click here.
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