Buda City begins Phase 1 drought restrictions

These restrictions will come into effect on Monday, August 1st.

Buda, Texas – Buddha City Drought phase 1 restrictions will begin soon.

According to the restrictions, residents can only use hose end irrigation and automatic sprinklers twice a week on a designated day. Such watering can only be done outside the hours of 10 am to 7 pm

Swimming pools may fill normally. The city recommends covering pools to reduce evaporation losses.

Residents may wash non-commercial vehicles at any time, but must use a bucket or hand hose with a positive shut-off device.

Irrigation with a hose and hand bucket, as well as soaking hoses and drip irrigation can be used every day and at any time, and these tools can also be used to irrigate vegetable gardens if needed.

These restrictions will come into effect on Monday, August 1st.

The cities of Kyle, Georgetown, Hutto, Round Rock and Austin also continue to have similar restrictions due to the drought.

On Wednesday, July 27, fire crews responded to a grass fire in Buda that had burned about 90 acres as of Thursday.

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