Following weeks of rain in Lubbock, the City has announced the rollback of stage 2 water restrictions to stage 1. The change will take effect on October 1, 2014.
The Texas Groundwater Association will hold its annual meeting in Lubbock this week.
The water volume numbers for this most recent year are not yet available but in 2012 the underground water table in the South Plains dropped almost two feet on average
A water main break continues to cause citizens of Tahoka to boil their water before drinking it.
After the Tahoka ISD cancelled classes yesterday because of the boil water notice, school officials say all Tahoka schools will be open Friday
Water restriction go into effect today for the City of Lubbock.
Due to the increased water supply now available, Stage 2 drought restrictions will be reduced to Stage 1 drought restrictions beginning on August 20th.
Pavilions have already been built in Cooke, Duran, Lopez, Reagan, Ribble, Simmons, Sims, Strong, and Underwood Parks.
The drought across Lubbock and West Texas is continuing and right now the City of Lubbock has enacted Stage 2 of the city's Drought Contingency Plan. Here's what you can expect if the city moves to Stage 3 later this year.
Watering your lawn is now only allowed in the evening and morning hours. Keep reading to find out more about the City's restrictions to save water.