Aquifer Conditions

Aquifer Conditions
Area
Index
Today's
Readings
  Yesterday's Readings   Ten Day Average
Bexar (J-17) 670.3   670.3   671.7
Uvalde (J-27) 848.3   848.1   847.4
Comal Springs 352   351   352
San Marcos Springs 347   348   343

Provisional Daily water readings as of 9:00 AM
Last Updated on Jul 1 2015

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San Antonio Pool N/A   0%*    
Includes all of Bexar and Medina counties and portions of Comal, Hays, Guadalupe, and Atascosa counties
Uvalde Pool Stage 2   5%*    
Includes all of Uvalde County
*Withdrawal Reductions

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Featured AquiSmarty

San Antonio Country Club
 
As one of the first country clubs in Texas, the San Antonio Country Club played a major role in the development of golf and tennis in the early 20th century. It was also the first private club to use recycled water for its golf course. Thus reducing their watering needs by over 175 acre-feet per year!*
 
Recently, the club has taken the necessary steps to plug a large well on their property and drill a new one, which will be better equipped for irrigating their golf course. The plugging of the old well and construction of the new well aid in the preservation of the well-being of the Edwards Aquifer.
 
*1 acre-foot is equivalent to 325, 851 gallons