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12/2/2015 Water will be off 12/3 from aprox. 9am-2pm due to emergency repairs.  Please plan accordingly.

 

7/5/2015 Boil notice is in effect.  Please boil all drinking water.

 

3/11/2015 Best wishes and a warm thank you to Phil Suitt for his many years on the OFWSC.  Phil...Enjoy your "second" retirement!

 

2/18/2015 Due to an unplanned event, water may be shut off for a short period tomorrow morning, 2/19 while the issue is resolved.

1/11/2015 The Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District’s Directors declared a No-Drought condition for the aquifers within the District, effective immediately.  Click HERE to get the details and learn what it means for YOU

6/28/2014 Due to issues with Well 3, you may experience low water pressure throughout the day.  The issue is being addressed and normal pressure should return soon.

4/24/2014 The Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Board of Directors voted to lift the drought declaration and enter into the Water Conservation Period.  Click HERE to get the details and learn what it means for YOU.

 

The Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Board of Directors declared Stage II Alarm Drought at a meeting on April 24th. This drought declaration is effective immediately and affects some 60,000 groundwater users in parts of Hays, Travis and Caldwell counties. The drought declaration requires the Oak Forest Water Supply Corporation Customers to reduce water usage by 20%. The BSEACD press release is attached. More information on water schedules, required water reduction and drought caused rate increases are available on this web site. The restrictions take effect immediately. The rate increase will be on the next billing cycle.  Please Conserve for everyone's sake.