BOIL WATER NOTICE IN EFFECT for GBRA CALHOUN COUNTY RURAL WATER SYSTEM

Posted: August 30, 2017

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LaMarriol Smith, 830-379-5822,

As GBRA and communities throughout the Guadalupe River Basin deal with the effects of Hurricane Harvey, GBRA operators are working with customer communities in Calhoun County to bring water utilities back online. While service is being restored, the boil water notice will remain in effect. GBRA will not rescind the boil water notice until pressure is fully restored, water quality is analyzed, and the tests indicate the water is safe for human consumption.

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The GBRA was established by the Texas Legislature in 1933 as a water conservation and reclamation district. GBRA provides stewardship for the water resources in its 10-county statutory district, which begins near the headwaters of the Guadalupe and Blanco rivers, ends at San Antonio Bay, and includes Kendall, Comal, Hays, Caldwell, Guadalupe, Gonzales, DeWitt, Victoria, Calhoun, and Refugio counties.

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