Dripping Springs Water Supply Approves New Rates

Dear Dripping Springs Water Supply Corporation Member:

The Dripping Springs Water Supply has approved a new rate tariff.

The lower usage tiers will be kept the same, but the higher usage tiers will be broken down differently with higher rates. 

Expired Rates:

0-4,000                         $2.25/1,000

4,001-8,000                 $3.75/1,000

8,001-12,000               $4.25/1,000

12,001-40,000             $4.75/1,000

40,001 and above       $5.25/1,000

 

Approved New Rates:

Residential/ Commercial with no irrigation meter

0-4,000                          $2.25/1,000

4,001-8,000                 $3.75/1,000

8,001-12,000               $4.25/1,000

12,001-20,000             $5.25/1,000

20,001-30,000             $6.25/1,000

30,001-50,000             $8.25/1,000

50,001 and above       $12.00/1,000

 

Commercial with separate irrigation meter

0-4,000                         $2.25/1,000

4,001-8,000                 $3.75/1,000

8,001-12,000               $4.25/1,000

12,001-30,000             $4.75/1,000

30,001-50,000             $7.25/1,000

50,001 and above       $9.25/1,000

 

Irrigation Meters

0-30,000                      $3.25/1,000

30,001-50,000             $5.25/1,000

50,001-100,000           $8.25/1,000

100,001 and above      $12.00/1,000

 

The approved new rates will go into effect April 2020.  Be advised that these new rates will appear within your May billing. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your billing, please contact our office (512-858-7897)

DSWSC Wins State-Wide 2020 Award of Excellence!

The Texas Rural Water Association (TRWA) held its annual awards of excellence program to spotlight excellence and achievement within its membership of rural water utilities across Texas.  DSWSC was selected the winner and honored with a plaque for maintaining a standard of excellence in support of the community.  To win the award, DSWSC staff wrote and submitted an essay encompassing its accomplishments and its efforts to improve its system.  To read the winning essay, click on AWARD or to see recent articles written by staff, click on PSA Articles.

See Your Water Usage, Sign Up Now!

   

Customers now have online access to their water usage information via the Dripping Springs WSC web site and the getMyMeter.info portal.

As part of our ongoing efforts to improve services to our customers, Dripping Springs WSC has upgraded our water meters with “smart” endpoints to help you monitor your water usage by offering you direct and secure access to your water usage data.  The Dripping Springs WSC web site now offers access to the getMyMeter.info portal and smartphone apps to review and analyze your water usage patterns. With these tools, you are now able to view your usage activity and gain greater understanding and control of the amount of water you use. You are also able to establish alerts, including identifying potential leaks and abnormal increases in your water usage.

We've made getting started easy, just click on either My Portal or getMyMeter.info.  To create a profile, you'll need your DSWSC billing account number listed on your statement. 

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