GBRA Rescinds Drought Measures for Cordillera Ranch and Comal Trace

Posted: February 10, 2015

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LaMarriol Smith, GBRA, (830) 379-5822,

Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) officials have rescinded drought measures for residents who live in the Cordillera Ranch and Comal Trace subdivisions.

Stage II drought measures were previously in effect as a result of the 30-day average level in the Fair Oaks Utilities test well falling below the 1,045-ft mean sea level  trigger.  Stage II drought restrictions are being rescinded as a result of this condition ceasing to exist.  Stage I will be in effect annually, May 1 through Sept. 30.

The complete document “Cordillera Ranch or Comal Trace Water System – Water Conservation Plan and Drought Contingency Plan” is located on GBRA’s website at www.gbra.org.

Questions can be directed to GBRA’s Western Canyon staff at 830-885-2639.

GBRA’s Drought Contingency Plan is available to read online at the following link: http://www.gbra.org/documents/conservation/GBRADroughtContingencyPlan.pdf

The GBRA was established by the Texas Legislature in 1933 as a water conservation and reclamation district. GBRA provides stewardship for the water resources in its 10-county statutory district, which begins near the headwaters of the Guadalupe and Blanco rivers, ends at San Antonio Bay, and includes Kendall, Comal, Hays, Caldwell, Guadalupe, Gonzales, DeWitt, Victoria, Calhoun, and Refugio counties.

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