GEORGETOWN — Utility Director Marlene Ladderbush announces that the Georgetown Water Department has lifted its water ban, but that residents should be mindful of ongoing drought conditions.
While the water ban has been lifted, residents are asked to continue their conservation efforts as Georgetown remains in a Level 2 — Significant Drought — area.
The ongoing drought is the result of more than five months of below normal rainfall and above normal temperatures, which has had significant adverse impacts on streamflows and begun to have impacts on groundwater — which Georgetown uses as its water source.
As a result, residents should continue to limit their nonessential water use by only , and should also be mindful of potential undetected leaks in their homes that may contribute to
Georgetown Water will provide additional updates as they become available.