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Lake Levels Drop Slightly

 Lake levels have dropped slightly since the most recent update.

Current levels put Lake Arrowhead at 55.4% and Lake Kickapoo at 54.0%, for a combined total of 55%.
That number keeps the City of Wichita Falls in the Stage One: Drought Watch. If levels reach 50%, the city will enter into Stage Two.
The Water Restrictions Hotline is still in operation for citizen questions or reporting watering violations. The hotline number is (940) 761-7477 and is answered Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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