May 10, 2014 Directors Elections PDF Print E-mail

Directors elections for the Districts are scheduled for May 10, 2014, with two (2) positions up for election in both districts.


2014 Election Candidate Article




Last Updated ( Friday, 07 February 2014 10:23 )
Watering Schedule Updated 8-23-2013 PDF Print E-mail

The water schedule for Belterra is as follows:


  • Residential, odd-numbered addresses: Monday
  • Residential, even-numbered addresses: Wednesday
  • Commercial customers: Fridays
  • Watering hours: Midnight to 10 a.m., and 7 p.m. to midnight

This  schedule only applies to automatic and hose-end sprinklers customers can water anytime with a hand-held hose.

Violators of the above schedule could result in a minimum $200.00 charge on your monthly water bill.  To help prevent fines the District may leave informational materials on the doors of homes where they spot leaks, improper water and other water wasting activities.


The majority of irrigation used for landscaping, greenbelts and medians in Belterra comes from storm water basins or re-use water.  Many of you will notice that shortly after a rain event several sprinklers in the greenbelt areas come on.  Many of the water basins in Belterra are designed to capture storm water and filter any pollutants by using irrigation systems.


While the schedule and other water-saving measures are extremely valuable during the current drought conditions, these measures are beneficial regardless of how much (or little) rain our region receives. Long-term, these conservation measures will save you money on your water-utility bills - and they help manage the region's water resources to meet long-term needs. The District appreciates your support in following these measures.



Last Updated ( Wednesday, 28 August 2013 22:27 )
Water Rate Increase March 2013 PDF Print E-mail

Dear Resident of Belterra:


Hays County Water Control & Improvement Districts No.1 and No.2 (HAYSWCID) each have a wholesale agreement with the West Travis County Public Utility Agency (WTCPUA), formally the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA), to provide drinking water. The WTCPUA Board of Directors recently approved a water rate increase of 15.5% to all wholesale contracts, including HAYSWCID No.1 and No. 2, effective January 1, 2013.


This rate increase will directly impact each District. The Hays WCID Boards have reviewed the impact of this wholesale water rate increase on the Hays WCID 2013/2014 Budgets.


The action by the WCTPUA has resulted in a rate increase for all customers of the Districts to be effective March 2013.


The average monthly water consumption for a home in Belterra is estimated at 10,000 gallons of water, based on this average the anticipated increased bill be an estimate of $9.45 per month.



Monthly Usage Charge per LUE (includes 2,000 gallons of water)


Volumetric Water 2001 – 10000 gallons


Volumetric Water 10001 – 15000 gallons


Volumetric Water 15001 – 20000 gallons


Volumetric Water 20001 – 25000 gallons


Volumetric Water 25001 – 30000 gallons


Volumetric Water 30001 – 40000 gallons


Volumetric Water 40001 and over



Monthly Usage Charge per LUE (includes 2,000 gallons of water)


Volumetric Water 2001 – 10000 gallons


Volumetric Water 10001 – 15000 gallons


Volumetric Water 15001 – 20000 gallons


Volumetric Water 20001 – 25000 gallons


Volumetric Water 25001 – 30000 gallons


Volumetric Water 30001 – 40000 gallons


Volumetric Water 40001 and over


Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 March 2013 17:12 )
Park Extension Project PDF Print E-mail


Trail Extension and Mesa Verde Park

Congratulations Belterra Residents!

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission awarded National Trails Grant funds in the amount of $190,000.00 to Hays County WCID No. 2 for the greenbelt trail extension project and park located at Mesa Verde!

Construction on these projects are scheduled to begin mid May 2012 with a completion date of early January 2013.


Draft Open Space Park Planicon


The Views New Park


The park is now complete!


We hope that everyone enjoys the new space.


Last Updated ( Saturday, 08 December 2012 14:34 )
Reclaimed Water Use PDF Print E-mail

Belterra Uses Reclaimed Water for Irrigation

Hays WCID No. 1 and No. 2 are pleased to announce that we have begun using reclaimed water for landscape irrigation along Belterra Dr and Trinity Hills Dr. Our beneficial reuse program utilizes reclaimed water treated to some of the highest levels in the state, and can be used for non-potable applications in place of potable water or as a supplement to potable water.


Reclaimed water helps the citizens of Belterra conserve water supply for use into the future. It is a cost-effective way to improve the Districts’ ability to provide water for non-drinking water purposes and will be available even during times of drought.


See below article for more information

Reclaimed Water

Last Updated ( Sunday, 25 March 2012 14:48 )

Did You Know?

Did you know that you can report street lights out by emailing Please include the street light number located on the bottom of each pole or the location.


Did you know that your water softener or irrigation system could be contaminating your water system? See the attached for helpful information about cross-connection potentials. Does water flow backwards?


Regular District Board Meetings are held on the  2nd Thursday of each month at 235 Ledgestone Dr, just across Hwy 290.  Hays WCID 2 meets at 11:30 AM and Hays WCID 1 meets at 3:30 PM.
All meetings are open to the public, and you are welcome to attend.