Return to map

 

Plum Creek Conservation District

Contact: Daniel Meyer
Executive Manager
1101 W. San Antonio St.
Lockhart, Texas 78644
512-398-2383
www.pccd.org
Enabling/Major Legislation: The District was created as a Water Control and Improvement District in the 55th Texas Regular Legislative Session in 1957 with the passage of Senate Bill 289 under the provisions of Section 59, Article XVI of the Texas Constitution.In 1989 the original 1957 legislation was amended to additionally authorize the District, upon approval of the qualified voters of the District, to exercise the powers and duties imposed under what is now Chapter 36 of the Texas Water Code. S.B 1225 of the 82nd
Link To Current Enabling Legislation: http://pccd.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/PCCD-Enabling-Statute-OCR.pdf
Link To management Plan Or Instructions On Where To Find It: http://pccd.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Management-Plan-PCCD-ADOPTED-APPROVED-12-18-2017.pdf
Link To District Rules Or Instructions On Where To Find Them: http://pccd.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Amended-Rules-11-20-2018-FINAL.pdf
Number Of Counties: 2
Counties Covered: A portion of Hays County and Caldwell County
Income Source: Tax
GCD Population: 50 Thousand-100 Thousand
Community Type: Suburban
Largest Use: Public Water Supply
Selection of Board Members: Appointed
Number of Board Members: 6
GMAs: GMA 10 & 13
Exempt Wells: Yes, for Tier II wells(above 300 acre ft.)
Reporting Requirements: Yes, for all permitted wells
Reporting Frequency: Other
Meter Requirements: Yes, for Tier II wells(above 300 acre ft.)
Spacing Requirements: Spacing requirements for permitted wells producing < 300 af/yr for other than municipal use is 50' from the property line and are based on the aquifer as follows: ~ Alluvium, Leona, Reklaw and Queen City Aquifers - 450' from existing well ~ Wilcox and Carrizo Aquifers - 100' for 100gpm well, 200' for 200gpm well from existing well Spacing requirements for permitted wells producing > 300 af/yr for municipal use are based on the aquifer as follows: ~ Alluvium - 300' from property line, and 600' from existing well ~ Leona - 100' from property line, and 200' from existing well ~ Wilcox - 300' from property line, spacing from existing well dependent upon drawdown test results, well field design, and proposed operations ~ Carrizo - 500' from property line, spacing from existing well depe
Production Limitations (Non-Exempt Wells): Production limitations for permitted wells producing < 300 af/yr for other than municipal use are based on the aquifer as follows: ~ Alluvium - 100 gpm up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year ~ Leona - 50 gpm up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year ~ Wilcox - 100 gpm well up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year, 200 gpm up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year ~ Carrizo - 100 gpm well up to 1 ac.ft/ac/year, 200 gpm up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year ~ Reklaw and Queen City Aquifers - 50 gpm up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year Production limitations for permitted wells producing > 300 af/yr for municipal use are based on the aquifer as follows: ~ Alluvium - 100 gpm up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year ~ Leona - 50 gpm up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year ~ Wilcox - dependent upon drawdown test results, well field design, and proposed operations, up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year ~ Carrizo - dependent upon drawdown test results, well field design, and proposed operations, up to 1 ac.ft/ac/year ~ Recklaw - 50 gpm up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year ~ Queen City - 100 gpm up to 1/2 ac.ft/ac/year
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? Contact the District
Do you offer educational outreach? Yes

Parameter Search


 

County Search