ACH Bank Drafts for February

If you use auto draft to pay your water bill you may have noticed that the February payment has not processed yet. This is due to an issue with our bank that we are working through. As you would expect there will be no late fees charged for missing this payment. We expect that the … Read more

Someone may have a leak

We are noticing a large uptick in water usage. I’m concerned that someone may have a leak they are not aware of. Please take a few minutes to see if you have any leaks outside your house. If you know your neighbor is out of town you may want to check on their house. This … Read more

Cold Weather!

A Hard Freeze Watch for Thursday afternoon through Saturday has been issued. It appears we will have one day with a low in the mid teens. Please review theĀ Freezing Weather page for actions you can take to protect your home from damage. This may also help us to avoid large customer leaks that put a … Read more

CTGCD Meeting Today

Many of you have likely seen the notice that the Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District (CTGCD) met today to discuss potential groundwater restrictions due to the ongoing drought. I attended the meeting on behalf of the WSWSC to ensure that our interests were represented. A little background is important to understand the action the district … Read more

Leak is fixed!

Our leak has been repaired. This was a difficult one to find and repair. The water main developed a leak that was spraying water at high pressure downward against an electrical conduit underground. Over time the water eroded the conduit and finally put a hole in it. This caused water to flow down the conduit … Read more

Leak repair status

PGMS is closer to pinpointing the leak, but it looks like the repair may be more involved than anticipated. More details will be known once they get to the exact spot. There may be some short water outages on Whitewater drive from the second Ash Juniper intersection to the gate, all WWS addresses on 1174 … Read more

Another leak

Well, it seemed we were out of the woods with summer winding down a little and the elimination of all measurable leaks from the water system, but we’ve developed a new leak. We know where it is, but it’s going to take a crew from PGMS to repair it. First thing tomorrow they should be … Read more

What is the best use for our water?

What is the best use of our water? It’s a difficult question to answer, and most of us would answer differently. Last Wednesday, the WSWSC board voted to allow swimming pools to be filled from the water system rather than requiring owners to truck water in. Safeguards were put in place to ensure the water … Read more

Back to Normal!

Our tank is full, and we are back to normal operations. Hopefully this will be our only incident like this for the rest of the summer. A few cleanup items: – This is a good reminder that if you see any water issues please call PGMs. Posting on FaceBook or NextDoor really just adds another … Read more

Making Good Progress

Quick update on our progress. Our tank was at 8′ 10″ around 10:00 this morning. That is approximately 55% full. We are on track to be full by Thursday. Thank you for your patience! Gregg Thompson WSWSC

Water Situation Update

We’ve made some progress filling our 100,000 gallon tank, but it is slow going this time of year. The tank was as low as 3 feet when the leak was finally repaired. We’ve now climbed to 6 feet 3 inches. Each foot represents about 6,500 gallons of water so we’ve added about 21,000 gallons to … Read more

Large Water Leak Today

Well, the worst thing that could happen this time of year has. We had a full 2″ pipe break that was repaired as quickly as possible. Our tank went from 100,000 gallons to 20,000 gallons in a matter of a few hours. The good news is that the leak is repaired, and we still have … Read more

It’s been a long hot summer….already!

Can summer be over now? I think that’s what we’re all asking ourselves. Seems like we have at least two more months to go with little relief in sight. Rest assured the WSWSC and PGMS are closely monitoring the water system to ensure we have no disruptions during this time. PGMS has caught up on … Read more

Water Conservation During the Drought

The Central Texas Groundwater Conservation District has moved to Stage 4 of their Drought Management plan effective June 13, 2022. It is important to note that this plan is separate and distinct from the water conservation stages that the WSWSC uses for the sign at the front of the subdivision. The WSWSC plan is driven … Read more

Two New Wells

Two New Wells! This past week was a busy one for the WSWSC. Centex drilling came out and drilled two new wells. These will be wells number 4 and 5 for Whitewater Springs and will be the first new production wells in over 12 years. The first new well, drilled early in the week, was … Read more

New Rate Schedule Effective June 1, 2022

A modification has been made below due to a change in the process for initiating applications. Any service initiated for investigation with PGMS prior to 6/1/2022 will receive the connection fee of $9,000. Those initiated on or after 6/1/2022 will receive the new connection fee of $12,400.   To Our Neighbors and Water Customers: The … Read more