Drought Monitor

  1. Water Resource Management

The Bailey-Alexander Complex

1501 W Samford Ave

  1. Email: webwtrswr@auburnalabama.org
  2. Phone: (334) 501-3060
  3. Hours:  M-F: 7:30AM-4:30PM

Eric Carson, P.E.

WRM Director

  1. Phone: (334) 501-3060
  2. Email: ecarson@auburnalabama.org

Current Drought Status:

No Drought Declarations at this time

There are no drought declarations at this time. The AWWB is continuously monitoring our water resources and weather conditions to ensure that we can meet the water demands of the City of Auburn. The AWWB appreciates the cooperation of its customers during times of drought and encourages everyone to always remain water conscious to protect our valuable water resources. Please contact the Water Resource Management Department at (334) 501-3060 with any questions.

AUBURN, Ala.- The Auburn Water Works Board has lifted all drought-related water restrictions effective immediately.

The City of Auburn received more than 18 inches of rainfall during June and July of 2017. Because of this, as well as the current construction schedule for the Lake Ogletree Spillway Improvements Project, Lake Ogletree (the City’s primary drinking water supply) is currently at 481 feet, which is within the Optimal Pool Cycle for this time of year as identified in the Auburn Water Works Board’s (AWWB’s) Drought Management Plan. Therefore, all drought-related water restrictions may be lifted.

The Lake Ogletree Spillway Improvements Project is slated to finish this fall.