Welcome to Coryell City Water Supply District
Coryell City Water Supply District serves quality potable water to customers in Coryell City, Crawford, Turnersville, Jonesboro, Levita, Pancake, Osage, and their surrounding areas. The water district spans approximately 1200 square miles in McLennan, Hamilton, Bosque and Coryell counties.
Coryell City Water Supply District is Texas Commission on Environmental Quality certified and members of Texas Water Utilities Associations and Texas Rural Water Association.
Coryell City Water Supply District's mission is to provide potable water to customers in McLennan, Hamilton, Bosque and Coryell counties.
Thursday October 19th, 2023, 6:30 PM Water office 9440 Fm 929
President Travis Nolte, Vice-president Justin Latham, Secretary Edna Mae Westerfeld, Randy Johnson, Carroll Hemphill, Dewayne Bates, Jerry Gauer, David Williams, Maurice Martin. Other attendees are General Manager; Joe Jones, Office Manager; Heather Minonno, Field Manager; Hunter Derick, Martin Not Present:
Board Meeting Thursday October 19th 6:30p
Office Holidays October 9th, 2023
Stage 2 Drought Warning for Coryell City Water Supply District:
Target: Achieve a ten percent reduction in the use that would have occurred in the absence of drought contingency measures.
Water Use Restrictions for Demand Reduction: The following water use restrictions shall apply to all persons:
Irrigation of landscaped areas with hose-end sprinklers or automatic irrigation systems shall be limited to 8pm to 10am. However, irrigation of landscaped areas is permitted at any time if it is by means of a hand-held hose, a faucet filled bucket, or watering can of five gallons or less, or drip irrigation system. Use of water to wash any motor vehicle, motorbike, boat, trailer, airplane or other vehicle is prohibited between the hours of 10am to 8pm. However, such washing may be exempted from these regulations if the health, safety, and welfare of the public is contingent upon frequent vehicle cleansing, such as vehicles used to transport food and perishables. Use of water to fill, refill, or add to any indoor or outdoor swimming pools, wading pools, or spas/hot tubs is prohibited between the hours of 10am to 8pm.
Operation of any ornamental fountain or pond for aesthetic or scenic purposes is prohibited except where necessary to support aquatic life, or where such fountains or ponds are equipped with a recirculation system.
Use of water from hydrants shall be limited to firefighting, related activities, or other activities necessary to maintain public health, safety, and welfare, except that use of water for designated fire hydrants for construction purposes may be allowed only under written permission from Coryell City Water Supply District.
The following uses of water are defined as non-essential and are prohibited: Wash down of any sidewalks, walkways, driveways, parking lots or other hard surfaced areas. Use of water to wash down buildings or structures for purposes other than immediate fire protection. Use of water for dust control, Flushing gutters or permitting water to run or accumulate in any gutter or street. Failure to repair a controllable leak within a reasonable period after having been given notice directing the repair of such leak.
The Brazos River Authority (BRA) informed you by letter of the Stage 1 - Drought Watch declaration for Lake Belton on March 17, 2022. The BRA also informed you by letter of the declaration of a Stage 1 - Drought Watch for its system of 11 reservoirs as a whole on August 11, 2022. Drought conditions have continued, and the level of Lake Belton dropped below the Stage 2 - Drought Warning trigger of 578.7 ft-msl on July 31, 2023. As such, the BRA is implementing a Stage 2 - Drought Warning condition for Lake Belton. The stated goal of a Stage 2 - Drought Warning in the BRA Drought Contingency Plan (Plan) is a ten percent (10%) reduction in water use that would have occurred in the absence of any drought contingency measures. We ask that you take action consistent with Stage 2 of the BRA Plan to achieve a ten percent (10%) reduction in water use. Additional information on the implementation of the Stage 2 - Drought Warning condition can be found on pages 6, 10, and 11 of the BRA Plan, which is available on our website at https://www.brazos.org under About Us - Water Supply - Drought - Drought Contingency Plan. Current drought information is also located onthehttp://www.brazos.org/About-Us/Water-Supply/Drought.
-Overall efforts should also be made to conserve water. We will notify customers when conditions change. If you have any questions, please contact our office.
Coryell City Water Supply District had a rate study completed by Oller Engineering, Due to extreme operating cost increases, including upcoming increases of the districts purchase water from the City of Gatesville, and costs of water rights from the Brazos River Authority, the Board of Directors for CCWSD voted at the October 2022 board meeting to increase service rates effective January 2023. The rate will increase by $1.00 per thousand gallons in each tier. The directors also voted to increase the monthly base rate to $60.00. (See below for new rates) If you have any additional questions, please contact our office. $60 per month is your basic service connection fee, which does not include any water usage. Water is then billed out at:
0 - 5,000 gallons $6.50 per thousand
5,001 – 10,000 gallons $7.50 per thousand
10,001 – 15,000 gallons $8.50 per thousand
15,001 – 25,000 gallons $9.50 per thousand
25,001 – 40,000 gallons $10.50 per thousand
40,001 plus gallons $12.00 per thousand
2023 $60.00 base rate
2022 Annual Drinking Water Report
is available at the water office and online. Click for Annual Drinking Water Report (PDF).
Please notify CCWSD office with any contact information changes at (254) 865-6089