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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Public Hearing Rules Amendments

January 16, 2020

 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING OF GONZALES COUNTY UNDERGROUND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

 Proposed Amendments to the District’s Rules

The Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District (the “District”) will hold a public hearing for the purpose of receiving comments on proposed amendments to District Rules.

The Board of Directors will take public comments on these proposed rules on March 10, 2020, at the Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District office at 522 Saint Matthew Street, Gonzales, Texas.  The public hearing will begin at 5:30 p.m.

Agenda is as follows:

  1. Call to order.
  2.  President of the Board to make comments.
  3. Receive comments from the public on...

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Are you drinking enough water this winter?

Are you drinking enough water this winter?

February 01, 2020

Chapped lips? Dry skin? Headaches? Nosebleeds? Dry cough? Fatigue?

These are all signs that you might not be getting enough water this winter. In the summer, when you’re hot and sweaty, your body keeps reminding you that you’re thirsty and NEED water. But in the winter, when you’re cold and shivering, it’s all-too-easy to neglect hydration. Your body doesn’t feel as thirsty, and it’s much harder to recognize that you haven’t been drinking much water. That’s why you have to consciously remember to drink enough water in the winter, when the air is dry and the heater is working overtime.

Drinking more water can help. Read on . . .

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