Boil Water Notice Rescinded 10/15/2022 Customers in the North Alamo Beach area: On 10/14/2022, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the GBRA Calhoun County Rural Water public water system, PWS# TX0290007, to issue a Boil Water Notice to inform customers, individuals, or employees that due to conditions which occurred recently in the public water…
The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority supports responsible watershed protection and stewardship, provides quality operational service and promotes conservation and educational opportunities in order to enhance quality of life for those we serve.
GBRA has spent the past eight decades planning, developing and implementing water resources strategies to meet the needs of the communities thriving in its service area. Today, more than 350,000 citizens benefit daily from GBRA’s water and wastewater operations via 10 waters systems and 14 wastewater systems.
Those increasing population centers also tend to encroach on the ecosystems that are the source of water resources. Over the last few decades, people have begun to appreciate the connections between the environment and our communities. Rivers and streams across our state are the perfect example of that connection between a city and its natural surroundings.