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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Texas 4-H Water Ambassadors Program

January 09, 2019

Texas 4-H Water Ambassadors Program

Thanks to the generous support of the water industry, the Texas 4-H Water Ambassadors Program (initiated in 2017) is looking forward to its third year of growing the next generation of water leaders. Today there are 42 youth water ambassadors which represent 39 Texas counties. In spring 2019, we plan to add another ~30 high school students, further expanding our reach and impact.

One of the pillars of the Program is to enable water ambassadors to provide water education in their 4-H clubs, schools, and communities. In 2018 alone, water ambassadors contributed approximately 800 hours of service and reached more than 16,000 youth and adults with water...

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A new dawn, a new day, a New Year

A new dawn, a new day, a New Year

January 01, 2019

January. 2019.

A brand new year, a brand new day — clean and shiny, spotless and gleaming, hopeful and exciting. Untouched and unspoiled, like a present that has just been unwrapped. A time to look back on (and learn from) the mistakes of the previous year, and look forward with hope and resolution to the new days ahead. And as we celebrate, and hope, and resolve, and plan, we do so along with people all over the world, and down through the ages. In fact, people have been celebrating the beginning of the new year for over 4,000 years. So, who first celebrated New Year's Day? Why do we celebrate on Jan 1? 

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