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Wichita Falls Water Violation Fines And Fees

WICHITA FALLS - The City of Wichita Falls has been under a Stage 2 Drought Warning since June 11th. City Officials have recognized and appreciate the efforts of citizens to reduce their water usage, to help preserve and protect the City's remaining water supply.

The City has been enforcing the restrictions 24 hours a day seven days a week utilizing several departments and divisions. To date 1068 water violation tickets have been issued. There has been come confusion about the fines associated with a water violation. Each water violation ticket carries a fine and state mandated court fee. Citizens who have received a ticket can go to the City's website, under Municipal Court (Standard Fine Amounts for Common Violations) and view a complete list of violations and fines.

For more information please call the Water Restrictions Hotline at 761-7477 or Public Information Office at 761-7401.

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