Standard Conversation in Effect — Nov. 1 through March 31: Water yards once every seven days. Allowable application rates: up to 1 inch per week. Prohibited watering hours: noon to 6 p.m. Hand watering of lawns, gardens, landscape areas, trees, shrubs or other plants being grown outdoors or foundations may be done on any day, except during the prohibited watering hours of noon to 6 p.m., provided the allowable application rate of 1 inch per week is not exceeded. More instructions are at the City of San Angelo.
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SAN ANGELO, TX — Along Celebration Bridge, fireworks technicians from Greg “Pyro” Schaat’s pyrotechnics team are spacing the “cakes” close as this year’s construction of the Oakes Street Bridge by TxDOT has precluded the second surface for firing the show as has been done in the past. This is the first year ever that this many fireworks launch cakes have been deployed on Celebration Bridge.
The traditional concert and fireworks show in San Angelo is held July 3 at the Bill Aylor, Dr. Memorial RiverStage, 16 E. Avenue A. Called “A Star-Spangled Banner Concert & Fireworks” the festivities for the day begin at 12 p.m. when the gates to the River Stage open so patrons can claim a spot on the hill in front of the stage.
A burger supper, dine-in or takeout, will be available from 5-7 p.m. July 3 at the Fort Concho Stables Hall, 210 Henry O. Flipper St. For $10, guests will get a burger, chips, cookie and bottled water.
Commuters across San Angelo were stranded on the road or had to find alternative routes around flood prone low water crossings. The National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Warning for the city as between 1.5. and 2.5 inches of rain fell in places.