Public Notices


  • Watering permitted up to 2 times per week, as needed
  • There are no assigned watering days
  • Do not water between 10am – 6pm

Rockwall residents are urged to follow these guidelines and remember that watering is not allowed between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm. This provides for the most efficient, cost-effective use of water purchased by customers. For more tips on how to practice conservation, visit the City's conservation page at:

conversationtips.asp and use the Water My Yard program at to better determine when and how much water to apply to your lawn.

The City of Rockwall appreciates the cooperation and sacrifices made to conserve water throughout the extreme periods of the drought.

What you can’t see can damage your boat and harm Texas lakes.

Zebra mussels are an invasive species that produce millions of microscopic larvae that can hide in your boat. Adults reach 1 ½ inches and attach to your boat’s motor, hull and to other hard surfaces. Zebra mussels can seriously hamper your boat’s performance and are devastating to our native plants, fish and wildlife. They also threaten our water supply.

Learn more about zebra mussels at

Thanks to the following Texas Parks and Wildlife campaign partners for helping spread the word, not the zebra mussels: North Texas Municipal Water District, Tarrant Regional Water District, Trinity River Authority, City of Dallas Water Utilities Department, Sabine River Authority, Canadian River Municipal Water Authority, San Jacinto River Authority, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, and Angelina and Neches River Authority