No longer in drought, water rationing still in effect | News
OKLAHOMA CITY – Despite no longer being in an official drought, the Oklahoma City Council wants to ensure a reliable water supply this summer.
That means mandatory odd-even watering that has been in place since Jan. 17 will remain in effect until further notice.
Although Lake Hefner is in much better shape than we’ve seen in a while, other state lakes are well below normal level; Canton Lake is still below 20-percent capacity.
So if your home has an odd number address, water on odd-numbered days and vice versa.
Fines for violators begin at $119.
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