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2024 Water Restrictions in Princeton, TX

As we enter 2024, Princeton, TX, is implementing new water restrictions to ensure sustainable water use and conservation. These restrictions are essential to manage our water resources effectively and prevent shortages during the dry months. Here’s what you need to know:

Watering Schedule

To conserve water, residents are required to follow a strict watering schedule based on their street address:

  • Odd-numbered addresses: Watering is allowed on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
  • Even-numbered addresses: Watering is allowed on Thursdays and Sundays.
  • Watering Time: Watering is permitted only between 6:00 AM – 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM.

Prohibited Activities

The following activities are prohibited under the new water restrictions:

  • Water Runoff: Allowing water to run off property boundaries and onto sidewalks, streets, and storm drains.
  • Over-Watering: Watering lawns and gardens during or within 48 hours after measurable rainfall.
  • Washing Hard Surfaces: Using water to wash driveways, sidewalks, and patios unless for health or safety reasons.
  • Vehicle Washing: Washing vehicles at home is only permitted using a hose with an automatic shut-off nozzle. Commercial car washes are encouraged.


Some exceptions apply for specific circumstances:

  • New Landscaping: Newly planted lawns and landscaping can be watered daily for up to 30 days after planting, but only before 10:00 AM or after 7:00 PM.
  • Public Spaces: Public parks and golf courses may be exempt but must adhere to water management plans approved by the city.
  • Hand Watering: Hand watering of plants and gardens with a hand-held hose or watering can is allowed any day but must occur outside the prohibited hours.

Enforcement and Penalties

To ensure compliance:

  • Warnings: First-time violators will receive a written warning.
  • Fines: Subsequent violations may result in fines ranging from $50 to $500, depending on the severity and frequency of the infraction.
  • Repeat Offenders: Continued non-compliance could result in further penalties, including restrictions on water usage or installation of water flow restrictors.

How You Can Help

Every drop counts. Here are some ways you can contribute to water conservation:

  • Fix Leaks: Check for and repair any leaks in your plumbing or irrigation systems.
  • Efficient Irrigation: Use drip irrigation systems or soaker hoses to minimize water waste.
  • Smart Landscaping: Opt for drought-resistant plants and xeriscaping to reduce the need for frequent watering.
  • Water Reuse: Consider using rain barrels to collect and reuse rainwater for your garden and lawn.

Stay Informed

Keep up to date with the latest information on water restrictions and conservation tips by visiting the City of Princeton’s official website or social media channels. Your cooperation is crucial in ensuring our community’s water sustainability.

Thank you for your commitment to conserving water and helping Princeton, TX, thrive through responsible water use!