Stage I Water Conservation Period (May 1 – Sept. 30) - Voluntary Reduction in Pumping
Groundwater to the Gulf is a free, 4-day, field trip based workshop about water issues in Central Texas.  Click here for more information and to register.Rate structures are primarily designed to provide revenue stability and to maintain equitable cost of service. However, rate structures can go well beyond the main objectives and provide an excellent opportunity for a utility to promote water conservation.Congratulations to our 2014 Scholarship winners!  Many thanks to Creedmoor-Maha WSC, Texas Lehigh Cement Company, St. Andrews Episcopal School, and Goforth Water SUD for donating a portion of their Conservation Credits to the scholarship program.

The District is currently in the Water Conservation Period; (Press Release)
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Stage I Water Conservation Period (May 1 – Sept. 30) - Voluntary Reduction in Pumping
Water Conservation Period

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Great article on prescribed burning and groundwater resources in State Impact Texas.... Fire and water can be friends!


In Texas, Using Fire to Protect and Expand Water Supplies
stateimpact.npr.org
Fire and water may seem at odds with each other, but Austin’s city-owned water utility is using prescribed burning in an effort to help more rainfall make its way underground to the Edwards Aquifer. Austin Water’s Wildland Conservation Division is conducting the burns on over 380 acres of Hay County…