Do you know where your drinking water comes from? Join the Southwestern Travis County Groundwater Conservation District and City of Bee Cave for a community open house to discuss groundwater resources in southwestern Travis County. This is an educational presentation by SWTCGCD to review the background of the hydrogeology in southwestern Travis County, present the results of recent scientific investigations, and discuss this information in the context of groundwater availability and the potential for drought this summer.
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Brought to you by the City of Bee Cave and the Southwestern Travis County Groundwater Conservation District.
SWTCGCD is a groundwater conservation district created by the Texas Legislature to preserve, conserve, and protect the aquifers and groundwater resources within its jurisdiction. It is governed by a Board of seven elected directors and staffed with hydrogeologists, groundwater regulatory compliance specialists, and geospatial systems specialists.