The water levels where the town of lawn gets it's water supply at Lake Coleman are so low, they are going to use $350,000 in grant money to move their water intake station.
"Go into the creek channel a little lower so they could continue to receive water," said Ray.
After moving their intake station a couple times, a new project may dig a little deeper.
"They may construct some type of intake into the creek channel down there that would supply water to the city of lawn," Ray said.
But if the water levels at Coleman Lake continue to stay at a low level, it's going to be other towns like lawn that get their water supply from the lake that are going to have to start taking drastic measures.
"Our policy is whatever the city of Coleman has to do in restrictions the other users follow that same restrictions," said Ray. "That's to come if it doesn't rain."
But officials are doing everything they can to protect the water that is left so they don't have to place anymore restrictions.
"We don't want to get there. We want people to continue with their business and do what they need to do but you know water is our number one resource for human life so we have to protect it the best we can. So that's why these restrictions are put into place."
Officials said the lake would have to drop two more feet before resorting to stricter restraints on water, but hopefully some rain will keep that from happening.