Nearly all of the Rio Grande Valley is out of the drought, except for a small portion of southwest Starr County.
Meanwhile, levels at Falcon and Amistad reservoirs have improved and are currently at a combined level of 31.25 percent of capacity.
With this rise, effective Saturday, Sept. 24, the City will move from Stage 2 Mandatory Water Conservation restrictions to Stage 1 Voluntary Water Conservation.
Residents and businesses are still encouraged to do
their part and conserve water, however, as reservoir levels remains very low.
For tips on how to conserve, go to: click HERE
, and for more info on current drought conditions, click HERE
To view the City's Drought Contingency Plan, click HERE.