The City of Kyle and City of Buda says that their water supply is running dangerously low, and they're asking residents to suspend and conserve water usage, respectively, until further notice.
The cities say the supply issue is due to a power outage at the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority, the cities' water supplier.
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The City of Kyle receives 4.8 million gallons of water each day, but because of power outages, the GBRA has not been able to supply water from Lake Dunlap to the water treatment plant.
Power outages will continue in the area.
GBRA crews are working to get the pump station back online. But both cities are asking residents to conserve water until surface water power restored.