WSWSC is a member-owned, not-for-profit organization serving the residential community of Whitewater Springs, Burnet County, Texas. Our purpose is to provide our members with safe and dependable water that consistently meets or exceeds water quality regulations.
Our water comes from a system of wells tapping the groundwater of the Trinity Aquifer. We are focused on owning and operating a water supply that best serves the corporation’s members.
If you have questions or feedback, please contact us. We also have an FAQ page for common questions.
Membership to the WSWSC is a requirement to receive water service.
Transfer of existing water meters: $600
To install a new water meter (subject to availability): $14,000.
All prices include a refundable $500 membership fee.
The process for starting a new application is detailed here.
Statement regarding water meter availability
Due to community growth and drought conditions in Central Texas, water consumption in Whitewater Springs is expected to reach the upper limits of the current well capacity during the summer months. Although Whitewater Springs Water Supply Corporation (WSWSC) is proactively exploring and developing new wells to meet the anticipated needs; these projects have undetermined completion dates due to federal guidelines and other variables. In the interim, WSWSC will continue to sell new water meters; however, if well levels reach critically low levels or new well development becomes stalled for any reason WSWSC may be forced to place a moratorium on new meter sales.
Service, Billing and Emergency Contact
Professional General Management Services (PGMS)
866-643-3472 (toll free) or 512-894-3322
PGMS performs all the routine operations, maintenance functions, new meter installations, water meter readings, billing, and most of the the accounting functions.