Rural Utilities Division

This division provides vital wastewater treatment services to residents in rural communities in Comal, Guadalupe, and Hays counties.

Canyon Park Estates Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Canyon Park Estates Wastewater Reclamation System serves the Canyon Park subdivision, Northlake development, Windjammer Condominiums, Laguna Park Development, Inc., Canyon Vista Condominiums, Chateau Breeze subdivision, and Hill Country Resort Condominiums.

  • Location: Canyon Lake, Texas
  • Startup Date: September 24, 1974
  • Expansion: March, 1989
  • Permitted Capacity: 100,000 gpd
  • Service Area: Canyon Lake

Dunlap Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Dunlap Wastewater Reclamation System serves the River Bend, Lakeview Heights, and Southbank subdivisions in Guadalupe County.

  • Location: New Braunfels, Texas
  • Startup Date: December 4, 1973
  • Expansions: 1985, 1996, 2006
  • Permitted Capacity: 0.95 mpd
  • Service Area: Southbank subdivision

Northcliffe Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Northcliffe Wastewater Reclamation System provides service to the Northcliffe subdivision in the City of Schertz, in Comal and Guadalupe Counties.

  • Location: New Braunfels, Texas
  • Startup Date: September 9, 1977
  • Permitted Capacity: 300,000 gpd
  • Service Area: Northcliffe subdivision

Springs Hill Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Springs Hill Wastewater Reclamation System covers the Nob Hill subdivision and Springs Hill area in the City of Seguin in Guadalupe County, including Southfork, Walnut Springs, Parkridge and River Oak Drive.

  • Location: Seguin, Texas
  • Startup Date: July 3, 1974
  • Permitted Capacity: 300,000 gpd
  • Service Area: City of Seguin

Contact

Joel Heideke, Chief Operator
Phone: 830-379-5822
E-mail:

Shadow Creek Wastewater Reclamation Facility System

The Shadow Creek Wastewater Reclamation Facility, which consists of retail wastewater collection and treatment of domestic sewage is owned by the North Hays County Municipal Utility District #1 and serves the Shadow Creek Subdivision, located near Buda, Texas.

  • Location: Hays County near Buda, Texas
  • Startup Date: January 1, 2006
  • Expansion: 2007
  • Permitted Capacity: 0.162 mgd
  • Service Area: Shadow Creek Subdivision

Wimberley Wastewater Treatment Plant System

The Wimberley wastewater treatment plant is owned by the City of Wimberley and serves the Deer Creek Rehabilitation Facility.

  • Location: Wimberley, Texas
  • Startup Date: February 2004
  • Expansion: 2010
  • Permitted Capacity: 0.015 mgd
  • Service Area: Deer Creek Rehabilitation Facility

Sunfield Wastewater Treatment Plant System

The Sunfield wastewater treatment plant is owned by the 2428 Partners, L.P. and Sunfield Municipal Utility District #4 and serves the Sunfield subdivision near Buda, Texas.

  • Location: Hays County near Buda, Texas
  • Startup Date: October, 2009
  • Permitted Capacity: 0.250 mgd
  • Service Area: Sunfield Municipal Utility Districts #1, #2, #3, & #4

Contact

Ed Boettner, Chief Operator
Phone: 512-312-0526
E-mail:

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