|A year-long cooperative study between the BSEACD and Travis County focusing on the hydrogeology of western Travis County.|
|8/8/18||Presentation to SWTCGCD Board:|
|7/3/18||ILA Approved between Travis County and BSEACD|
Water level tracking is particularly important in Edwards and Trinity wells, because water levels fluctuate substantially during drought and wet periods. When home owners know the depth of their pump, a water level measurement can show how much water is above the level of the pump.
In collaboration with Travis County and to help residents better understand groundwater trends, District staff has scheduled several weeks for neighborhood site visits focused in five different areas throughout southwestern Travis County. Site visits are free of charge. Staff will take a water level measurement (if possible), measure basic water quality, and share these data with well owners. These site visits will aid in better understanding local hydrology and geology.
- Oct. 30-31: Hamilton Pool, Pedernales Area
- Nov. 6-7: Spicewood, Briarcliff Area
- Nov. 13-14: Lakeway, The Hills Area
- Nov. 20-21: Bee Cave Area
- Nov. 27-28: Westlake, Lost Creek, Oak Hill Area
Sign-up available online HERE!
- Hydrogeologic Atlas of the Hill Country Trinity Aquifer
- BSEACD Monitor Wells Fact Sheet
- Groundwater Management Area 9
- Travis County, Transportation & Natural Resources
- TWDB Major Aquifer 3D Viewer and Hill Country Trinity Viewer
In order to use these maps you must download and install the free program Google Earth. If you don’t already have Google Earth installed on your computer you can get it here.