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Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District

Contact: Dirk Aaron
General Manager
700 Kennedy Court
Belton, Texas 76513
(254) 933-0120
Enabling/Major Legislation: Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District (CUWCD) is a political subdivision of the State of Texas and underground water conservation district created and operating under and by virtue of Article XVI, Section 59, of the Texas Constitution; Texas Water Code Chapter 36; the District?s enabling act, Act of May 27, 1989, 71st Legislature, Regular Session, Chapter 524 (House Bill 3172), as amended by Act of April 25, 2001, 77th Legislature, Regular Session, Chapter 22 (Senate Bill 404), Ac
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Number Of Counties: 1
Counties Covered: Bell
Income Source: Tax
GCD Population: 100 Thousand-500 Thousand
Community Type: Suburban
Largest Use: Public Water Supply
Selection of Board Members: Elected
Number of Board Members: 5
GMAs: 8
Exempt Wells: None
Reporting Requirements: All permitted wells
Reporting Frequency: Quarterly and Monthly
Meter Requirements: All permitted wells other than permitted domestic wells on tracts of land less than 10 acres & greater than 2 acres.
Spacing Requirements: Clearwater UWCD Spacing Rules | Rule 9.5.2 | See page 44
Production Limitations (Non-Exempt Wells): Production limitations are based on hydrogeological reports and pumping test result on each individual well
Do you have a well plugging program? No
Does your district offer any financial assistance or in kind services for plugging? No
Do you offer water quality testing? Yes
Do you have a newsletter? Yes
How can someone subscribe to your newsletter? Call or email request to staff
Do you offer educational outreach? Yes

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