A close look at residential water use and the rate structure shows that San Antonio Water System is going down the wrong road.
While San Antonio’s public utility updates its water management plan that outlines strategies and goals for the next 50 years, it’s clear that officials don’t think a once-a-week watering proposal should be part of it.
The first official week of spring heralds the start of watering season, when people with turf grass often begin to apply potable water to their lawns.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and other city department officials thanked first responders and more than 300 city employees who helped with debris pickup.
The Vista Ridge Pipeline Project is a short-term boon for land developers who want to fill the fragile Hill Country with subdivisions.
San Antonio’s newest water source, a desalination plant, opened its doors to the public Friday.
Guerra’s dedication to entrepreneurship and civic duty recently got him named San Antonian of the Year by the North San Antonio Chamber Of Commerce.
The SAWS Board unanimously approved its $13 million budget for 2017 that includes a lower-than-expected 6.8% rate increase for SAWS customers.
SAWS crews will work to determine the exact cause of the sinkhole by the end of the week – but it could take longer.
Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) reiterated his concerns about the Vista Ridge water pipeline project, year-round watering restrictions, and the San Antonio Water System (SAWS)’s executive compensation structure on Wednesday.