Local restaurants were asked to close their doors on Sunday and Monday to conserve water following an interruption in service of the main water line from BCWCD No. 1. A letter from Code Enforcement hangs on the entryway to Five Brothers Barbeque notifying customers of the immediate closure notice.

Pardon the interruption

City enacts level 5 water conservation, asks businesses to close



Early Sunday morning, the City of Copperas Cove issued a notice that the community is in stage 5 emergency water conservation, and later closed its city pools until further notice. This notice came after a worker ruptured a 48- inch concrete water main at the Bell County Water Conservation District No. 1 in Belton on Saturday afternoon. Although Copperas Cove and other local communities receive water from the BCWCD which gets its water from Belton Lake, a few residents receive water from other sources as well, such as the Kempner Water Supply Corporation. Stage 5 asked water customers to limit their water use to essential use only.
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