ALERT For Tapatio Springs- Coterie Place

 

UPDATE- 2:14 PM MONDAY MAY 2:

 

AT THIS TIME THEIR ARE STILL REPAIRS THAT REQUIRING THE WATER TO REMAIN OFF.  WE APOLOGIZE AGAIN FOR THIS INCONVENIENCE, AND ARE WORKING TO HAVE REPAIRS COMPLETED AND SERVICE RETURNED ASAP.

 

TEMPORARY WATER SHUT-OFF
 

The water main that serves your residence must be shut-off to allow for work on Monday. Please draw enough water to supply your needs during this period.

 

WATER WILL BE SHUT-OFF on Monday May 2nd by 8 a.m The water main will be closed until work is completed, estimated 4-8 hours. This could be delayed if there is bad weather. This message will be updated with any new information that we receive.

Occasionally, some problems occur after the water supply is reinstated. If water shows discoloration, or has air in it, run the water until it clears. If water is available from most faucets, but won’t flow from a particular one, remove the screen from that faucet and run water. Clean the faucet screen and reinstall it.

 

  If you have any questions regarding the water service interruption,           please contact the office at 830.537.5755.

 

 

 

 

Current Watering Restrictions:
Water Rationing Stage II-9-23-14.pdf
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Welcome to Kendall West Utility, LP - Kendall County is in south central Texas and is bordered by Gillespie, Blanco, Comal, Bexar, Bandera, and Kerr counties. Boerne, the county seat, is on Cibolo Creek at the intersection of U.S. Highway 87 and State Highway 46, thirty miles northwest of San Antonio.

Kendall County comprises roughly 663 square miles of rolling to hilly terrain in the Edwards Plateau region, with elevations ranging from 1,000 to 2,000 feet above sea level. Vegetation native to the alkaline soils of the region consists primarily of tall grasses, live oak, juniper, and mesquite.

Most of the area is drained by the Guadalupe River, which crosses the county from west to east. Two other important water courses rise in Kendall County: the Blanco River in the north and Cibolo Creek in the south.

Among the county's mineral resources are dolomite and limestone. The climate is subtropical subhumid with an average minimum temperature of 35° F in January and an average high of 94° in July. The rainfall averages thirty-six inches.

The Trinity Aquifer (Cow Creek) supplies the water to Tapatio Springs, Ranger Creek, Cibolo Oaks Landing, Creekside Terrace, the Green Acres Subdivisions.