The City of Lubbock is edging closer and closer to its boiling point.
Lubbock citizens used more than 34.4 million gallons of water Saturday. That's way up from the 25 million on Wednesday. If the city hits 35 million, citizens will need to boil their drinking water.
On Thursday, Deputy City Manager Tom Adams told NewsChannel 11 that some areas of the city could see the restrictions lifted on Monday. But until then, no watering lawns, no washing cars in your driveway, and basically no water runoff of any kind.
If you would like to report someone in violation of this restriction, call 775-3952.
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