Water System Update - 3-3-2021
The Water Plant is now able to run with automation and no longer requires the manual process. We are still using the temporary raw water line and looking at ways to best build supports for the line.
As a reminder, please be mindful of water consumption until we are able to get the main raw water line back in operation. We do not have an ETA yet, however, the engineers and the operators are developing the best options.
Water System Update - 3-2-2021
The electrician for the control panel is back onsite this week to repair the automation function of the temporary water line. We will communicate once the automation is functional. Please continue to be mindful of your water use as we are still using our temporary line in manual mode.
We would like to thank the POA representatives and our customers for their continued support in circulating the District's IRIS alerts to neighbors who may not have signed up for the IRIS communication program.
To sign up for IRIS communication alerts, please email [email protected]. Please include your first and last name, your property address, your email and phone number. You are allowed up to 2 emails and 3 phone numbers.
A reminder from Waste Connections. Due to the suspended services during the week of the freeze, Waste Connections is allowing customers to place additional bags and bundles at the curb for two more weeks. Bundles must weigh less than 40lbs and be cut down to 3' in length (bundles tied with twine) and set on street next to your cart. If you have extra trash, please use this opportunity to get it collected.
This is an update regarding the water for the District. (02-25-2021)
- The current water tank level has dropped to 9’ and the maximum level is 15.5’.
- The 6” temporary raw water intake line has been installed and we are currently testing the line.
- In the meantime, please continue to conserve your water use as we are not able to produce more water at this time.
- 4. No outside water use, shut off auto-fill on pools, shut off all irrigation systems and fountains, only wash full loads of dishes and limit clothes washing.
This is an update regarding the water for the District. (02-24-2021)
- The current water tank level is 10.3’ and the maximum level is 15.5’.
- It is important you continue to conserve your water use as we will not be able to produce more water until the temporary raw water intake line has been installed. No outside water use, shut off auto-fill on pools, shut off all irrigation systems and fountains, only wash full loads of dishes and limit clothes washing.
- The 6” temporary raw water intake line is currently being installed. The crew is working diligently to get it operational as quickly as possible. Once installed, we will begin testing to ensure it will be able to draw to produce water. We will continue to keep you updated on our progress throughout the week.
- The main line leak near the intersection of Sugar Maple and Silver Maple has been repaired and water restored to those homes.
|Workers busy installing 6” temporary raw water intake line
||Excavating to locate water leak
||Repaired water leak at Sugar Maple and Silver Maple
Due to continued severe winter weather and road conditions, our solid waste collection services will be suspended for the remainder the week. We will resume operations, according to regular service schedules on Monday, February 22nd.
Due to the suspended services this week, we expect there to be many households with needs for extra service for the next 2-3 weeks. We will plan to collect additional bags and bundles that are placed at the curb, above the normal set out limitations.
We appreciate everyone’s patience as we navigate our way back to safe and normal operating conditions.
Our commitment remains to the health and safety of all people – our customers, our employees, and community members.
- Waste Connections of Texas - Austin
County Municipal Utility District No. 10
(the “District”) was created as Point
Venture II Municipal Utility District by
order of the Texas Water Commission (now the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality)
on May 17, 1989. The District name was
changed to Travis County Municipal Utility
District No. 10 in 1998.
The District is empowered to purchase,
operate and maintain all facilities, plants
and improvements necessary to provide water,
sanitary sewer service and storm sewer
drainage to the residents of the District.
The District contains approximately 600
acres and is located in Travis County, Texas
on Lake Travis, approximately 26 miles
northwest of the central business district
of Austin and approximately 5 miles south of
Lohmans Ford Road and FM 1431 intersection and 5 miles
south of Lago Vista. The District lies
within the Lago Vista Independent School
The District operates and maintains numerous water and wastewater facilities including a water plant, wastewater plant, wastewater lift stations, and infrastructure.
Click here to learn more about these
Information about the District required by Section 26.18, Texas Tax Code, created by Senate Bill 2 (also known as the Texas Property Tax Reform and Transparency Act of 2019), is available here: districtdirectory.org