Our Mission

The mission of the Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District is to conserve, preserve, protect and prevent waste of groundwater resources. It shall be the policy of the Board of Directors that the most efficient use of groundwater in the District is to provide for the needs of the citizens and ensure growth for future generations.

Public Access Map

The Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District in coordination with Texas AgriLife Extension office at Texas A&M has provided an interactive map for public use. The map includes in an interactive list of registered wells within the District, and water level results and water quality results from the District's water well monitoring system. Click here... to access the map. 

 

District Boundaries

The Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District includes approximately 576,000 acres of Gonzales County and 77,440 acres in Caldwell County.

Boundary Map

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The State of Texas 86th Legislature Update

January 21, 2019

86th Legislature Regular Session: Texas Legislature Online  Click here...

Legislative Reports 

Senate Committee on Agriculture, Water & Rural Affairs Interim Report to the 86th Legislature Click here...

House Committee on Natural Resources Interim Report to the 86th Legislature Click here...

 

House Bill

 

Status

HB 2

Burrows

Relating to ad valorem taxation

 

Track Names(s):

Education, Elections, Taxation

 

Bill History:

02/27/2019 Left pending in committee

02/27/2019 Testimony taken/registration(s) recorded in committee

02/27/2019 Considered in public hearing

02/27/2019 Scheduled for public...

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Fix a Leak Week

Fix a Leak Week

March 01, 2019

Mark your calendars, folks: March 18-24 is the EPA's eleventh annual Fix a Leak WeekHousehold leaks can waste more than 1 TRILLION gallons of water each year. Yes, 1 TRILLION—That's a one with 12 zeros behind it (1,000,000,000,000). Those drippy faucets and leaking toilets are more than an annoyance; they cost you lots of money, and they waste LOTS of water. So, this March, hunt down those drips! Chase those leaks!

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