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Welcome to TOPS Water

We are currently accountable for almost 12,000 metered connections – and that translates to more than 36,000 water customers who rely on us for an uninterrupted, dependable supply of quality, potable water. We take this responsibility seriously – having been entrusted with the public health of the water users in today’s security- conscious environment.

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Please Conserve Water

Please take note of Conservation Requirements according to the MUD’s Drought Contingency Plan. Watch for Drought “Stage” signs at subdivision entrances. The state regulatory agency (TCEQ) has requested VOLUNTARY CONSERVATION at this time. When water usage reaches MANDITORY status the following restrictions will apply.

Stage 1: Mild:

Consumers are asked to VOLUNTARILY reduce water use.

  • All outdoor water use limited to users with even numbered addresses to water on even-numbered days, and odd numbered addresses to water on odd-numbered days.
  • All outdoor water use shall be prohibited between hours of 10:00AM to 6:00PM

Stage 2: Moderate

 Same restrictions as in Stage 1, with these additions:

  • Restricting outdoor water use to hand help hose with manual on/off nozzle.
  • Restrictions on public uses that are not essential for health and safety (i.e., filling swimming pools)

Stage 3: Severe

Same restrictions as in Stages 1 and 2, with these additions:

  • All outdoor use of water shall be prohibited.
  • Surcharges equal to 200% of water rate for water used in excess of 10,000 gal. per month charged to all users.
  • Restrict certain industrial or commercial use nonessential to health and safety.

Stage 4: Critical Condition

Same restrictions as in Stage 1,2 and 3 with these additions:

  • Restrictions including emergency water allocation.

Please watch for signs listing the “stage” in effect if drought conditions continue. Noncompliance with the rules and regulations listed subjects you to penalties (i.e. disconnect of water service and fines up to $5,000 per violation).


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