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Drought and Water Conservation Information

While many regions in Oklahoma are blessed with an abundant water supply, other areas of the state are not. In the past few years Oklahoma has seen an extreme drought worse than the Dust Bowl era, severe flooding, and devastating tornados. Quantity and sometimes the quality of water available in our state has emphasized the need to protect this valuable asset through conservation and reuse.

Visit the links below for more information on what you can do to help conserve and protect one of the stateís most precious resources.

Water Rationing Report 2014 (September 16th)

Conservation in Emergency Situations

Community Drought Impact Contacts

Is your Utility Ready for a Drought?

Water Conservation Tips for the Bathroom

Water Conservation Tips for the Kitchen and Laundry

Water Conservation Tips for the Outdoors

Water Costs Money, Donít Waste It!