Per City Utilities of Springfield Website, Springfield and Greene County water customers are being asked to conserve water in wake of the ongoing heat wave and drought.

City Utilities Water Customers Asked to Voluntarily Conserve

City Utilities of Springfield is asking its water customers to voluntarily conserve water and places the community in a Water Watch. A Water Watch indicates that conditions are right for our water supply levels to continue a decline, and with a persistent drought, the decline could be more rapid. This request, the first in the history of supplying water to Springfield, is due to the extended drought conditions in the area.

Water supply levels today are approximately 74 percent with the historic average at 88 percent.

per the CU website:


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