The City of Cedar Park Enters Stage 3 Water Conservation Measures

The City of Cedar Park remains in Stage 3 water conservation measures, which includes a change in customers’ mandatory outdoor watering schedules. Under Stage 3, Cedar Park water customers may water one designated day per week as of August 14, 2023. Stage 3 also includes stricter water waste conservation measures, including a temporary water conservation rate adjustment.


Only water before 10 a.m. or after 7 p.m. on your designated day.

new STAGE 3 OUTDOOR Watering Schedule

  • Addresses ending in 1 or 3 water on WEDNESDAY

  • Addresses ending in 4, 6 or 8 water on THURSDAY

  • Addresses ending in 5, 7 or 9 water on SATURDAY

  • Addresses ending in 0 or 2 water on SUNDAY        

All commercial addresses (including HOA-owned property addresses)
Tuesday ONLY

No one may water outdoors on a Monday or Friday. This will allow for recovery and maintenance of the City of Cedar Park's Water Utility.

Temporary Water Conservation Rate Adjustment

As part of the Stage 3 Water Conservation Measures, a temporary water conservation rate adjustment will be implemented in September and reflected in customer’s utility bills starting in October. The temporary conservation rate adjustment further encourages residents to reduce water usage. Customers can monitor their water use through the City’s Digital Metering Portal. The City of Cedar Park encourages everyone to visit www.waterthriftycedarpark.org/digital-metering and sign up to see their usage in near-real-time, set thresholds and set alerts.

The temporary water conservation rate adjustment also helps maintain adequate funding for the water utility to ensure that the City of Cedar Park is able to maintain operations and continue to deliver safe and high quality drinking water to our customers. For more information on our rates, visit cedarparktexas.gov/rates

Know more, save more.

With your digital metering portal, you can see your water usage in real-time, set up customized alerts and detect if you’re wasting water. The more you check your portal, the more you could save on your water bill.

Create your account at my-cedar.sensus-analytics.com

and start saving.

“Do you like free money?”

Put money back in your pocket with rebates and freebies. Find out if you’re eligible for rebates available thru the LCRA or our rain barrel rebate.

Rain Barrel Program

The City of Cedar Park recently launched a program to offer its residential customers up to $100 in water utility bill credits for the purchase of rain barrels. For more information on this program, visit our Rebates and Resources page.

Additional Information

The City of Cedar Park encourages everyone to sign up for the Digital Metering Portal which allows customers to see their usage in near-real-time, set thresholds and set alerts. Additionally, all customers with an automatic irrigation system should program their system according to their new one-designated-watering-day-per-week schedule and make certain watering times are set to occur before 10 am and/or after 7 pm on their designated watering day only. 

Report Water Waste

To report outdoor watering violations and water waste, the City of Cedar Park encourages everyone to continue to utilize Report It.

City Water Ordinance