PRESS RELEASE - EMERGENCY WATER CONSERVATION
EMERGENCY NEWS RELEASE – CITY OF MARSHALL, TEXAS
MARSHALL WATER UTILITIES DEPARTMENT
April 08, 2015
The City of Marshall is declaring an emergency Stage 4 (HIGHEST) Water Conservation Measures – Emergency Conservation Measures Required by all Residents, Businesses, and Water Districts connected to the City of Marshall.
A water break at the Marshall Water Plant on East End Blvd. has the potential of exhausting our treated water supply if EMERGENCY CONSERVATION MEASURES are not taken immediately.
MEASURES to be taken immediately include stopping ANY NON-ESSENTIAL WATER USE, such as:
- Irrigation or watering plants
- Washing vehicles, boats or equipment
- Washing down sideways, driveways, or buildings
- Filling pools or tanks
- Water fountains
- Delay any non-essential water uses until further notice!
By declaring Stage 4 Conservation Measures affected City of Marshall water utility customers and rural utility systems interconnected to the Marshall City Water System, must begin measures designed to reduce water use on a temporary basis until this repair is completed.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Water Utilities Department at 903-935-4487.
J. C. Hughes, Public Services Director