Category: Notices

Save Money All Summer by Testing Automated Irrigation Systems

Now is a good time to spruce up your irrigation system after it has been dormant all winter.  As you turn on your automated systems this month, you will want to run zone tests or have your irrigation contractor do so, to check for misdirected or leaking heads which may need to be repaired, as  Read full post »

LIMITED TRASH SERVICE TO BEGIN MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020

Customers, we have been informed that Waste Connections will continue to pick-up our trash and recycle on its regular schedule.  There is one major change in service.  Until further notice there is suspension of any trash left beside the cart.  ONLY CONTENTS WITHIN CARTS WILL BE PICKED UP to minimize exposure to the COVID-19 for  Read full post »

Your Water is Safe

Some members of the public have expressed concerns over the potential danger the COVID19 virus may have on the public water supply.  WCID No. 17 wants to assure all of its’ customers that there is no danger to their public water system from this disease.  Please reference this link for detailed information on how we  Read full post »

Preparation for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

WCID 17 is taking proactive plans to assure quality water and wastewater service will continue even when the Coronavirus arrives in our area of Central Texas.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has the latest updates on the Coronavirus along with prevention tips.  You can find the latest updates and details from the  Read full post »

WCID No. 17 Mourns the Loss of David Lewis Steed, PhD

It is with great sorrow that Travis County Water Control and Improvement District No. 17 announces the passing of a member of the Board of Directors. David Lewis Steed, PhD was a member of the District’s Board of Directors for 32 years. He dedicated a significant portion of his life to being a major part  Read full post »

CONCERNED CUSTOMERS HAVE QUESTIONS

Please take a look at these frequent questions if you have questions regarding why your utility bill was higher this month.  The District is here to help you should you still have questions/concerns.  We do hear you.

UPDATE FOR THOSE WITH BILLING CONCERNS

The General Manager has prepared a letter for those experiencing billing concerns with the recent Monthly Water Bill Statement, and you can find it here. Thank you.

TWO IMPACT FEES HAVE CHANGED

EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2019 NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF DISTRICT-WIDE WATER SYSTEM IMPACT FEE The Board of Directors (Board), after providing proper notice to the public, held a public hearing at its regular meeting, open to the public, on Thursday, May 16, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. The Board reviewed the Water Capital Recovery Fee Study –  Read full post »

2018 Annual Water Quality Report Available

The 2018 Annual Water Quality Report is now available by use of this link:  2018 Annual Water Quality Report.  Should you want a paper copy, contact 512 266 1111, ext. 115 and place a request.  Should you have questions relating to the report, please call Brad Schwab, Water Operations Supervisor at 512 801 3785, or  Read full post »

!!!! IMPORTANT RECURRING BILLING NOTICE !!!!

CUSTOMER’S WHO ARE SETTING UP FOR RECURRING AUTOPAY MUST PROCESS A ONE-TIME PAYMENT FOR THE FIRST (CURRENT) MONTH AS THE AUTOPAY TAKES EFFECT THE FOLLOWING MONTH.  Most banks/ credit companies require 30-days to set up a recurring monthly payment. Customers first need to set up a payment method and then go to Auto Pay to  Read full post »