The Water Oriented Recreation District of Comal County (WORD) can’t do anything about the drought or low lake levels causing Canyon Park’s shoreline to dry up but it does want to add new and improved park amenities that will benefit visitors. The
The nonprofit Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance (GEAA) kicks off its Water Wonks online lecture series at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24 with a presentation by Policy Manager Rachel Hanes entitled Water Reuse in the Hill Country: Analyzing Opportunities in Comal County, Texas.
The City of Blanco today rescinded a boil water notice issued by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) on Tuesday and moved back into Stage 5 drought restrictions which prohibit irrigating landscaped areas and washing of cars, motorbikes, boats, trailers and
Canyon Lake’s water provider today emailed customers reminding them to winterize their homes, cautioning that backflow preventers are often the source of large, undiagnosed leaks during winter. The coldest air of the season is expected early next week into South-Central Texas, the
Texas Water Company (TWC) moved Canyon Lake back to Drought Stage 2 watering restrictions Monday but warned customers to take on any pool or pressure-washing projects now because the reprieve may not last long. If drought conditions in the region do not
City of Bulverde Mayor Bill Krawietz took aim at the State of Texas in the September issue of The Front Porch News, a city publication. “Our drought is just so severe and only getting worse. Wells are going dry and brush fires
With no relief from heat and drought in sight, Comal County commissioners Thursday extended an Aug. 11 disaster declaration requiring contractors to obtain permits for outdoor “hot work” that could spark wildfires. Jeff Kelley, the county’s emergency management coordinator, said the measure
Texas Water Company (TWC), Canyon Lake’s water supplier, today said it has closed on the acquisition of two water companies, increasing its water supply by 40% and allowing it to meet current demand and anticipated growth through 2070. KT Water Development Ltd.
Texas A&M Forest Serviced is using water from Canyon Lake to put out wildfires. Program Specialist Erin O’Connor said aircraft have responded to multiple fires this year, assisting ground crews with water and retardant drops to slow the forward progression of fires.
by The Wimberley Valley Watershed Association Friends of the watershed, as stewards of Jacob’s Well, we are compelled to keep you informed about the current status of Jacob’s Well Spring and the current conditions of our aquifers, creeks and rivers. Sadly, our