Council has asked the public to make responsible use of the showers on the beaches and water in general.
An even worse drought this summer is feared.
The reservoirs are currently back down to 33% of their capacity, having been at 100% earlier this year.
Increased risks of flooding and from a rising sea level, but drought and heat are thought to be the greatest threats.
The largest fire in Majorca was in August at Ses Comunes in Petra (45 hectares; 111 acres).
The heavy rain of the past week has brought about a dramatic improvement to water resources, and one Tramuntana municipality to benefit is Valldemossa.
There have been cases of whole crops having been lost because of the drought.
Majorca's drought status has been downgraded to pre-alert. Plenty more rain is needed.
Among measures in the government's drought plan is the increased use of recycled water for agriculture and golf courses.
The Ufanes springs have broken out on average thirty times in recent years, but last winter there were only five occasions.
There were 105 forest and natural area fires in the Balearics up to 15 October.
There has been rain but it hasn't been falling in great abundance in the area of the reservoirs.
Although the municipalities were not on the recent "drought alert" list, they have been experiencing problems.
This has been the driest summer in the Balearics since 1985 and the fourth driest since 1952.
The Emaya president, Neus Truyol, has not yet outlined what the increased rates will be for high domestic and business consumers.
Since Saturday there has been a restriction leaving the whole village without water from eleven at night until eight in the morning.
The water shortage sounded ever more serious and tourism was being blamed for it. Sustainability was receiving prizes. Fraud was stalking the all-inclusives of Majorca.