With rain sparse and the extreme heat and dryness the water conservation is essential. In a press release from the Ozark Shores Water Company and Public Water Supply District Number Four of Camden County urge water customers who have property located on Horseshoe Bend to conserve water usage. There is an unusually high demand for water from HH, compared to other years at this time. Company officials attribute the intense heat of the past few weeks and the increased tourism for the Fourth of July holiday. The company is asking customers to not to use water for lawn irrigation, pools, power washing, car washing, etc. This would be to allow the water system to rebuild its storage reserves and maintain pressure.