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

Stage I Water Use Restrictions Implemented

As you come and go from Whitewater Springs you may notice that we’ve posted the Stage I Water Restrictions sign. This is the lowest level of restriction that is designed to raise awareness of water usage during the hottest months of the year. This is the minimum stage that will be implemented from April 1 … Read more

More Emergency Water System Maintenance

Good Afternoon Neighbors: On behalf of Whitewater Springs Water Service Corporation, I want to inform you about some emergency maintenance that will take place on Wednesday March 16. We are currently planning this work to take place for 1-2 hours somewhere between 10 am and 2 pm. Water may be out during this period of … Read more

Emergency Water System Maintenance

Good Afternoon Neighbors: On behalf of Whitewater Springs Water Service Corporation, I want to inform you about some emergency maintenance that will take place on Saturday March 5. We are currently planning this work to take place for 1-2 hours somewhere between 10 am and 2 pm. Water may be out during this period of … Read more

Colder Weather!

A Winter Storm Watch for late Wednesday night through Thursday afternoon has been issued. It appears we will have several days with lows in the lower to upper 20s. Please review the Freezing Weather page for actions you can take to protect your home from damage. This may also help us to avoid large customer leaks … Read more

WSWSC Receives Critical Load designation from PEC

As part of our preparations for cold weather events the WSWSC applied to PEC for a Critical Load Designation. What this does is prioritize the electrical load for WSWSC water infrastructure over others. WSWSC has recently received notification that our application was accepted as a priority load ongoing. This cannot guarantee that WSWSC won’t have … Read more

Cold weather!

A Winter Weather Advisory for Tomorrow has been issued. It appears we will have several days with lows in the upper 20s. Please review the 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 strain on the water … Read more