Water Conservation & Restrictions : Stage 1 - Voluntary Water Conservation in Effect
Water Conservation & Restrictions
Stage 2 - Mandatory Water Conservation Currently in Effect
Brushy Creek MUD Residents must reduce water usage
Due to the lack of rain replenishing our water sources, Stage 2 Mandatory Water Conservation is now in effect for Brushy Creek MUD.
Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District has developed a state-approved Drought Contingency Plan to reduce the risk to its water sources (Lake Georgetown and Lake Stillhouse) falling to critically low levels during a severe drought. Since the District receives water that is under the jurisdiction of the Brazos River Authority (BRA), it also enforces BRA’s conservation plan.
The Brazos River Authority has implemented Stage 2 of their Drought Contingency Plan in order to achieve a voluntary five percent (20%) reduction in water use. The Brazos River Authority has requested that Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District implement actions consistent with Stage 2 of the Brazos River Authority’s Drought Contingency Plan to achieve the water use reduction goal.
Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District has implemented Stage 2 Mandatory Water Conservation of their Drought Contingency Plan. Customers are required to reduce water usage according to the guidelines of the drought plan. The District’s website is filled with water conservation information.
If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Brushy Creek MUD Customer Service at (512) 255-7871 option 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The District diverts raw water from Lake Georgetown pursuant to a water supply agreement with the Brazos River Authority (BRA). The District will comply with and implement any applicable drought contingency requirements set forth in the water supply contract with BRA, or that may be implemented pursuant to BRA’s Drought Contingency Plan. District residents are encouraged to voluntarily limit their use of water for non-essential purposes and to practice water conservation. Brazos River Drought Information