July and August are peak months for water use in Oklahoma City, and that means excess demand on the system. That’s why the City wants to remind residents of the permanent odd-even watering schedule implemented in 2013.
Don’t forget to turn off sprinkler systems when it’s freezing outside – icy sidewalks and streets are dangerous, and violators are subject to a fine.
The Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) recognized the Utilities Department with its inaugural Oklahoma Water for 2060 Excellence Award for a public water source during the Governor’s Water Conference on Nov. 1.
Join local conservation experts and Master Gardeners during the City of Oklahoma City’s Water & Landscape Fest from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 7 at Bluff Creek Park, 11301 N Meridian Ave.
The Utilities Department wants to remind water customers of its permanent, year-long odd/even watering schedule, which is especially important during the summer months.
New School Bond Advisory Board, CDBG program update, sales tax and more.
The City of Oklahoma City will publish notice next week of an amended permit application with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, formalizing its commitment to protecting water rights for Oklahoma City and southeast Oklahoma.
With the first hard freeze of winter, it’s important to protect the pipes in your home from freezing and turn off outdoor sprinklers.
City Manager Jim Couch announced today the selection of Chris Browning as Utilities Director.
Updates on water rights, special events, the Wheeler District and the economy.
Momentous Water Rights Agreement Reached by the Chickasaw Nation, Choctaw Nation, State of Oklahoma and City of Oklahoma City
The Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations, the State of Oklahoma and the City of Oklahoma City announced today that they have reached a water rights settlement, which will be presented to Congress for final approval.
The water conservation demonstration garden at Bluff Creek park opens Friday, June 10.
The City of Oklahoma City and the Central Oklahoma Storm Water Alliance (COSWA) are partnering to encourage residents to conserve water and reduce pollution through the use of rain barrels.
The Oklahoma City Water Conservation Program offers free sprinkler system checkups for homeowners association common areas.
Oklahoma City’s fourth water conservation demonstration garden is at Bluff Creek Park.