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399 N. Texas St. (Hwy 19)
PO Box 100
cityinfo@emorytx.com
Tel: 903-473-2465
Fax: 903-473-2110

City of Emory

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903-458-1290

PUBLIC NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS BUYING PROPERTY IN THE VICINITY OF THE CITY OF EMORY WATER SYSTEM

The City of Emory understands that property is sometimes sold with representation that water is available to the property from the City of Emory water system. Such is not always the case, and the City of Emory urges any prospective buyer to verify with the City of Emory at 399 North Texas Street,

or call 903-473-2465 that water is in fact available at the particular tract in question.

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City of Emory
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Friday, March 29th - Good Friday
Monday, May 27th - Memorial Day

Wednesday, June 19th - Juneteenth
Thursday, July 4th - Independence Day
Monday, September 2nd - Labor Day
Monday, October 14th - Columbus Day
Wednesday, November 11th - Veterans Day
Thursday, November 28th - Thanksgiving Day
Friday, November 29th - Day after Thanksgiving

Tuesday, December 24th - Christmas Holiday
Wednesday, December 25th - Christmas Holiday

Wednesday,  January 1st - New Years Holiday

 

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City of Emory moves to Stage 1 of Drought Contingency Plan

The City of Emory has implemented Stage 1 of our Drought Contingency Plan effective Tuesday, August 9th due to high water consumption, and consistent high temperatures over the past several weeks. This is the first of six stages that consist of (1) MILD Water Shortage Conditions, (2) MODERATE Water Shortage Conditions, (3) SEVERE Water Shortage Conditions, (4) CRITICAL Water Shortage Conditions, (5) EMERGENCY Water Shortage Conditions, and (6) WATER ALLOCATION.

Stage 1 is a voluntary reduction on the use of water. Because of our responsibility to you, we are requesting that you help us by cutting down on your water usage where you can. Try to do one thing each day to save water. Every drop counts, and every person can make a difference. Check every faucet in your home or business for leaks. Just a slow drip can waste 15 to 20 gallons a day. Fix it, and you can save almost 6,000 gallons a year. Remember to use the amount of water that you actually need. Encourage your family members to keep looking for ways to conserve water in and around your home or business.

If the city has to move into Stage 2, we will contact the Rains County Leader for publication and information will appear on the city's website and on your water bill.

For more information, contact City Hall at 903-473-2465.

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