Due to a leak that was discovered by the City’s Public Works Department at the City’s main 42 inch water line, League City is implementing Stage 1 of the City's Drought Contingency Plan and is asking customers to voluntarily limit their discretionary use of water which includes sprinklers, landscape watering, and outside car washing. See below for more information.
UPDATE 2/8/22 at 4 p.m. On Tuesday, February 8, contractors and League City Public Works Crews located and isolated the leak. They are currently accessing all repair methods and options. Because of the size of the line and the equipment needed, it will take a few days to fix. Until then, residents are being asked to voluntary conserve water by not using their automated sprinkler systems and refrain from outdoor watering or car washing. The leak is located on the main water supply line between the City's Highway 3 pump station and Walter Hall Park. The line supplies approximately 70 percent of League City’s surface water supply.
For more information about the City's Drought Contingency Plan visit https://www.leaguecitytx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/4782/Drought-Contingency-Plan-2019 and read below
Stage 1 Response - Voluntary
Goal: The goal for water use reduction under Stage 1 (Voluntary) is a two percent (2%) reduction in the amount of water sold from the previous annual period prior to drought
Voluntary Water Use Restrictions: Residential and non-residential water customers are requested to voluntarily limit outdoor watering between 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM, voluntarily limited to twice per week on the days that align with League City customers’ trash days, or doesn’t have a trash day whichever day is illustrated in Figure 1. Residential and non-residential water customers in the western portion of the ETJ are requested to voluntarily limit outdoor watering between 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM, voluntarily limited to Tuesday and Friday. Residential and non-residential water customers in the eastern portion of the ETJ are requested to voluntarily limit outdoor watering between 9:00 AM and 7:00 PM, voluntarily limited to Monday and Thursday. Excessive pooling and/or run-off from foundation watering is discouraged and is requested to not be allowed to run off of property and form a stream of water in a street for a distance of 50 feet or greater; or pool in a street or parking lot to a depth greater than one-quarter of an inch. Water customers are requested to practice water conservation and to minimize or discontinue non-essential water use. The public tis encouraged to wait until the current drought or emergency situation has passed before establishing new landscaping. Attended hand-held hoses with positive shut-off devices are allowed at all times.
Figure 1: Stage 1 Voluntary Limits on Outdoor Watering Days