DROUGHT CONTINGENCY PLAN
NO LONGER IN DROUGHT STAGE
City of Coleman moves out of the Drought Plan
Effective June 23, 2015
According the City’s Drought Contingency plan, the City may move out of Stage III, II, and I of the plan on June 23, 2015. On May 23, 2015, the City of Coleman exceeded the level for stage I of the Drought Contingency plan which is 1705.50 Elevation. This also exceeded the requirements for stage II and Stage III. After maintaining this level for more than 30 days, the City may move out of Drought Plan and move back into normal water use conditions. The City of Coleman therefore will move back into normal conditions on June 23, 2015 for all customers of the City of Coleman.
The City of Coleman is hopeful that the rainfall conditions will continue and that lake Coleman will continue to catch additional water resources. Lake Coleman is currently at an Elevation of 1708.23 or 60.5% full. We ask that the citizens of Coleman continue to use our water resources wisely and not waste this valuable resource.
City of Coleman