It's the first town to restrict outdoor watering this year.
The town of Tuttle in southwest Central Oklahoma is the first town in the state to put a restriction on outdoor watering for residents and businesses.
Now that triple digit temperatures have returned to the state, and because the town never completely recovered from last year's drought, city officials have decided to go to an odd-even outdoor watering policy.
The city is asking residents and business owners to conserve their water whenever they can.
A plan to buy water from Blanchard and Newcastle is being worked out.