DODGE CITY, Ks. — The City of Dodge City Water Watch that was issued on June 17, 2022, is lifted effective Friday, July 1. Following the Water Conservation Plan and Ordinance No. 3583, a water watch is terminated when the triggering events have ceased to exist.
“Currently, water tower levels are back to normal,” said Director of Public Works Corey Keller. “Additionally, the five-day average use flows below 10.75 million gallons per day. These were the two criteria that triggered us to issue the watch.”
The City of Dodge City encourages residents to continue water conservation efforts where able to ensure water usage stays below the five-day average of 10.75 million gallons per day.
City administration and staff would like to thank residents and businesses that helped conserve during the Water Watch.