SAWS proposed a 5.8% increase for 2018 and a subsequent 4.7% increase for 2019.
SAWS residential customers have enthusiastically embraced conservation both inside their homes and in how they water their yards.
Over the next five years, SAWS will spend $2 billion repairing and replacing water and sewer lines to ensure reliability of service to your home or business.
If approved, the rate adjustment would help fund a portion of the $1.1 billion needed to repair infrastructure so that it complies with EPA regulations.
Texas’ five largest cities still have work to do when it comes to deploying citywide stormwater management, said a report released by Environment Texas.
As economic development opportunities go, Amazon’s second headquarters is big, and San Antonio leaders are on it.
Local nonprofit and religious organizations, public organizations, and individuals are stepping up to assist those affected by Tropical Storm Harvey.
With three years to go, the “Decade of Downtown” is topping out along nearly every square mile of center city.
SAWS customers are invited to submit questions and comments about the Water Management Plan during the livestream on SAWS’ Facebook page.
Stage One restrictions allow for once-a-week landscape watering only before 11 a.m. and after 7 p.m. on certain days according to customer addresses.