Important Water Update for Hays County WCID 1 & 2

Hays County WCID No. 1 and Hays County WCID No. 2 Residents – due to critically low tank levels, the WTCPUA has implemented Stage 3 watering restrictions to curtail water use. Residents should reduce water use as much as possible. Outdoor watering is still permitted 2 days per week for each residence, but watering must occur between the hours of midnight and 6 a.m on designated watering days only. You may refer to the District website ( to determine the designated watering days for your residence. Please note that the watering schedule for Belterra differs from the WTCPUA watering schedule. In addition, please be advised that filling of swimming pools is prohibited, and no new landscapes may be installed.

To avoid potential confusion, we are taking this opportunity to remind residents that WCID No. 1 and WCID No. 2 irrigate many common areas with reclaimed water from our wastewater plant, as opposed to drinking water from the WTCPUA. Irrigation with reclaimed water is our primary method of reuse, and outdoor watering restrictions do not apply to these common areas

New Watering Restrictions

Welcome to Hays County WCID 1

Hays County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 (the "District") is a WCID created in 2001 by order of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The District contains approximately 631 acres of land and is located in Hays County.

The District has constructed and operates water, sanitary sewer, and drainage facilities to serve its residents.


The mission of the HAYS COUNTY WCID NO. 1 & 2 is to provide reliable, low-cost utility services and quality parks, contributing to a higher quality of life for Belterra residents.


  • Maintain the District’s Superior Public Water System rating
  • Provide for payment and satisfaction of the District's existing debt and contract obligations
  • Protect investments into all District infrastructure by actively maintaining and improving existing systems
  • Comply with all legal requirements, bond covenants, and contractual obligations of the District
  • Improve customer satisfaction
  • Reduce taxes
  • Provide the highest possible park services

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