League City residents asked to conserve after a major water line break

LEAGUE CITY, Texas -- League City officials have implemented Phase 1 of the city's drought contingency plan in an effort to save water after a water line break, according to a Feb. 7 news release.

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After discovering a leak in the city's main 42-inch water line between Hwy. 3 and Walter Hall Park, officials are asking residents to limit discretionary use of water, which includes sprinklers, landscape watering and outside car washing.

Contractors will be on-site Feb. 8 to determine the leak's severity and how to repair it. The line provides 70% of the city's surface water supply, the release reads.

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