Who determines Southlake's water restrictions?

Based upon Southlake's wholesale water purchase contract with the City of Fort Worth, the drought contingency standards that Southlake operates under are required by contract. Failure to follow these guidelines would be a breach of contract and may result in a loss in water service. Based upon recent efforts, all regional utilities are attempting to communicate the same message and as such are using the twice-per-week watering schedule if they purchase from the City of Fort Worth or Dallas Water Utilities. Most of the area cities, including Keller, Westlake, Trophy Club, and North Richland Hills all are served by the City of Fort Worth and follow the same watering restrictions.

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1. Who selected the Tuesday/Friday, Wednesday/Saturday, and Thursday/Sunday watering schedule?
2. What if I want to change my watering days?
3. How long should I run my sprinkler zones?
4. May I water potted porch plants?
5. May I water using a handheld hose?
6. Who determines Southlake's water restrictions?
7. If I have a water well, am I still subject to mandatory water restrictions?
8. Is Southlake's water storage and distribution system adequate?
9. Why doesn't Southlake purchase water from the City of Grapevine (Grapevine Lake) which is closer than the City of Fort Worth?
10. Water Conservation and Drought Contingency: What is the difference?