Always Looking Out for You: Water Wasters - Newschannel 6 Now | Wichita Falls, TX

Always Looking Out for You: Water Wasters

Newschannel 6 is listening to your concerns. Many of you have reached out to us about people violating the City of Wichita Falls' year-round watering restrictions. Watering is not allowed from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The City has also put Wichita Falls in a Stage 1 Drought Watch which calls for voluntary water conservation. A lot of other Texoma cities are seeing much stiffer water restrictions. Tell us who you're seeing waste water. Snap a picture and email us at news@kauz.com. Let us know where the picture was taken, and we'll look into it. You can also report violators to the city hotline at 761-7477.  Someone is available to answer Monday through Friday 8 to 5pm. After 5pm and on the weekends you'll need to call police dispatch at 720-5000.

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