According to the U.S. Drought Portal (www.drought.gov) , the Princeton/Haughton area is experiencing severe to extreme drought. Several surrounding cities and rural areas have already issued water conservation requirements; some have gone as far as shutting off water to their customers
Shreveport residents are being asked to voluntarily conserve water. A combination of brutal heat and no rainfall have placed a higher-than-usual demand on the city's water supply, water treatment, and water distribution systems.
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