The City of Navasota is asking residents to start conserving water, where possible.
An announcement came on Friday, but Utilities Director Jennifer Reyna commented on the situation at Monday’s city council meeting.
“We are asking customers to just kind of cut back on some things. This is a voluntary request…we do not have a water shortage, and it does not have to do with any quality of the water…this is about getting ahead f the curve,” said Reyna.
She said they are pumping a little more water than usual, but nothing too drastic, and the storage capacity is fine. She noted a shortage is not possible until the city is using 85% of its water daily.
All of the measures to conserve water are voluntary.
For questions on that, contact the city.