CLWSC Wrapping Up Project Along Hwy 281
Canyon Lake Water Service Company Customer Service Manager Larry Jackson says the utility soon will announce results of a multi-year project it is wrapping up in the U.S. Highway 281/Guadalupe River crossing area.
The project is expected to greatly improve emergency water-supply conditions on Canyon Lake’s northside as well as in the Spring Branch and Bulverde areas, he said.
However, water restrictions in these areas remain in effect: Indoor use only — no outside watering.
Areas only under the current year-round watering schedule include southside of Canyon Lake, Smithson Valley, Mountain Springs and Vintage Oaks.
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This weekend, contractors will begin flushing new transmission water lines on Hwy 281 around the Guadalupe River crossing. Test results should be available on Monday.
On its Facebook page, CLWSC confirmed these new lines will greatly improve its ability to distribute water to storage facilities in areas south of the Guadalupe River, and to restore water storage quickly as needed.
“This specific phase of ongoing infrastructure improvements has been underway for at least a year and should be completed within the next 30 days. The line flushing is part of the testing and preparation process to put the new water lines into production,” the company said.