Nearly a dozen municipalities purchase water from the City of Wichita Falls.
Once the city enacted Stage 3 water restrictions back in February officials asked those municipalities to reduce their water consumption by 35%.
And as the city approaches Stage 4 restrictions officials it's imperative that municipalities comply.
According to city public works director Russell Schreiber, the top three areas that exceeded the reduction goal were Dale Dean, which had a 56% reduction in April, followed by Lakeside City with 37% and Scotland with 36%.
Here's a look at the areas that had a reduction of between 33% and 28%.
Burkburnett had the smallest reduction of all the cities and while Burk officials say their water doesn't just come from Wichita Falls, their use has caused a flood of concern among Wichita Falls public works officials.