Category: COVID-19

How long does Coronavirus live on surfaces?

Everyone seems to be wondering how long the COVID-19 virus lives on surfaces.  **This link takes you to a detailed message** from the USA Today and printed in the Austin American-Statesman, 3/31/2020.

WCID No. 17 March Board of Director’s Meeting Rescheduled

WCID No.17 announces that in order to ensure compliance with US and Texas State Government recommendations concerning public gatherings, the normally scheduled March Board of Director’s meeting will be canceled. The Board will meet at the next normally scheduled date of Thursday, April 16th at 6:00 p.m.

Nations Water Associations Reassure Public 3-18-2020

WCID No. 17 would like to pass along a message from the Nation’s Water Associations.** Please reference this link for press release.** As discussed previously, WCID No.17 is proud to offer its residents only the highest quality potable water and sanitary sewer service. Our employees strive day in and day out to place the public’s  Read full post »

WCID No.17 ANNOUNCES COVID19 RESPONSE UPDATE – 3/17/20

In order to ensure public access to reliable potable water throughout the current situation, WCID No.17 announces that all scheduled disconnection will be canceled until further notice. Affected customers or those with concerns should contact the District Office at 512-266-1111, extension 116, 118 or 122. Some members of the public have expressed concerns over the  Read full post »

ECK LANE OFFICE CLOSURE / CIERRE DE LA OFICINA DE ECK LANE

WCID 17 will be closing its Eck Lane office to customer traffic beginning Wednesday, 03/18/20.  This will affect some customers who prefer to pay in person but all customers will still have the option to pay via the existing dropbox (located in our Eck Lane parking lot – adjacent to the flag pole), online via  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 »