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Stage 4 may be declared if the total supply of water from the Edwards Aquifer and other sources is insufficient to meet customer demand, even while complying with lesser restriction stages. Stage 4 restrictions may be declared at the discretion of the City Manager upon completion of a 30-day monitoring period following Stage 3 declaration.
For Stage 4, Stage 3 landscape irrigation restrictions remain in effect.
A drought surcharge is assessed on all accounts for water used or assumed to be used for landscape irrigation. Surcharge is to remain in effect for a minimum of one complete billing month and will remain in effect if Stage 4 is still in effect at the beginning of the next billing month.
Additional restrictions on water use may be established at the discretion of the City Council.
Stage 4 restrictions continue until there is an announcement in the newspaper that Stage 4 has been canceled.