Current Water Restrictions - Phase 2
Liberty Hill is in Phase 2 of the city's Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan, effective 10/3/2022.
The Boil Water Notice remains in effect for Butler Farms, but has been lifted for Highland Oaks.
The City's Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan includes conservation guidelines and adjusted response measures in an effort to curb peak water use during times of high demand.
High water demand or drought-like conditions may trigger any one of four conservation plan phases, each of which prescribe certain response measures from the city and from Liberty Hill water customers.
How should we conserve?
1. Residential water customers
2. Commercial, multi-family, and homeowners association water customers
Wetzel Park Splash Pad
Wetzel Park Splash Pad will remain open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Its recyclable water feature will allow kids a safe place to cool off during these high temperatures.
Report water violations to the city's Code Enforcement division using our online form. Since we understand not all customers are aware of our water conservation efforts, we will work to communicate our rules before issuing citations regarding observed violations. PLEASE NOTE: We investigate every reported violation, which could take multiple days to resolve depending on the issue, or if other city departments or public agencies are involved.