Only a month ago, San Antonio was a hot, dry semi-desert. Now, we’re out of drought and the rivers are flooding. What kind of crazy weather is this, anyway?
The San Antonio Water System faces another hurdle for its Vista Ridge pipeline, one that could leave its customers on the hook for hundreds of thousands of dollars per day in water the utility can’t receive.
SAWS is already thinking and planning 50 years ahead to be ready to manage and maintain an abundant water supply.
The San Antonio Water System is already thinking and planning 50 years ahead to be ready to manage and maintain an abundant water supply.
The new board member would replace Homer Guevara Jr., whose term expires on Jan. 31, 2019.
Most of San Antonio’s global warming emissions are tied to energy use in buildings and vehicles, according to an inventory of greenhouse gas emissions.
San Antonio got half its average amount of rain so far this year. That means dry springs and continued watering restrictions.
A federal judge in San Antonio has ruled in favor of the EAA in a water case that could have led to changes in the authority’s governing board.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has allocated $1.5 million for a pilot project to determine whether manmade wetlands can help filter pollution leaving Mitchell Lake.
A Sunday rainstorm that dropped 1 to 3 inches on parts of San Antonio wasn’t enough to push the average aquifer level back over 660 feet.