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Important Update: Voluntary Water Ban in Effect (June 9, 2023)

Have you noticed the weather getting increasingly warmer? These hotter days (with more to come) are causing higher-than-normal water use and it's placing a strain on the City's water supply. As a proactive approach to water conservation, the City of Beaumont has decided to introduce a voluntary water ban effective June 9, 2023. This means that residents are asked to be mindful of their water usage and conserve where possible. The goal is to ensure that we have enough water for emergencies like firefighting and for everyone to have drinking water.

For more information about the voluntary water ban and ways you can help save water, please see below!
  1. Important Updates
  2. Water Ban Dos and Don'ts
  3. FAQs
  4. Water Conservation Tips
  5. Resources

Voluntary Water Ban in Effect (June 9, 2023)

Effective June 9, 2023, the City of Beaumont implemented a voluntary water ban to limit non-essential water usage. As weather conditions progress, updates will be provided accordingly.

Four Seasons Spray Park Restricted Hours

Please be advised that the hours of operation for the Four Seasons Spray Park are restricted to 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

The City of Beaumont is helping to conserve water!

The City of Beaumont has implemented a number of measures to reduce non-essential water use such as suspending:

  • Water and sewer main flushing,
  • Parks watering,
  • Fire-fighting training that uses water,
  • Street sweeping and flushing,
  • Fleet vehicle washing,
  • And other non-essential water use that can be deferred.