PUBLIC NOTICE: City of Oberlin is in a WATER WATCH
May 9, 2023
Water demand on May 1st exceeded 500,000 gallons per day, triggering the first stage of the city’s drought response. Stage 1 of water conservation consists of voluntary measures including, but not limited to: curtailing outdoor water use and making efficient use of indoor water, i.e. only wash full loads of laundry, take short showers, don’t let faucets run, etc.
For more water conservation tips, visit https://oberlinkansas.gov/uploads/water-conservation-tips.pdf or https://www.epa.gov/watersense/start-saving