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Lake Levels Drop Slightly

Lake levels dropped slightly for the week of July 29th.

The Wichita Falls Public Works Department has measured both Lake Arrowhead and Lake Kickapoo at the following:

  • Arrowhead: 32.9%
  • Kickapoo: 37.8%

The combined total for both lakes is measured at 34.2%

The combined total last week was listed at 34.5%

The City remains under a Stage Thee: Drought Emergency

Click here for a look at how to conserve water.

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