The cities of Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Cedar Park, Leander and Spicewood all have watering restrictions. How severe they are depends on the level of drought. We have been in extreme drought conditions for five years and the Farmers Almenac shows that we probably have another 5-10 years coming. I would suggest creating a landscape thats drought tollerant and does not need a lot of water.Installing a rainwater collection system is another way to beat it. Consider the fact that Lake Teavis has been at 40 percent full the last several years. This is due to the drought and seriously increased usage. The communities by the lake are pulling water and the Highland Lakes have a finite amount of water. A well is no guaranty of water because you may have to dig deeper as the water level goes down.