Forms & Permits
Regulations are constantly changing. This reflects our current understanding of the regulations and permits required for you to drill a well AND use the water from it for your home or business, but this may not be up to date. We will do our best to keep you apprised of the latest requirements, but ultimately it is up to you as the homeowner to make sure you are in compliance with all local regulations.
BE SURE to check with your HOA for any restrictions you may have agreed to in your neighborhood covenant. Technically, they can’t stop us from drilling the well, but you want to stay in good stead with your neighbors. You may also want to make a phone call to your City office to see if they have any special requirements. If they make it sound like too big of a hurdle to jump, be sure to give us a call. It may be easier than they let on.
Open the map below to get information about your Groundwater District
In addition, if your property is inside the City of Austin Water Utility District, then you will need to register your well with the City of Austin. Check your water bill. If it comes from “City of Austin Water Utilities”, then you are in their district.
NORTHWESTERN HALF OF COUNTY
18 – COMAL TRINITY GCD
EASTERN HAYS COUNTY
SOUTHERN HAYS COUNTY
43 – KIMBLE COUNTY GCD
Mr. Jerry Kirby, Manager
P.O. Box 31, Junction, TX 76849
Phone No. 325-446-4826 Fax No. 325-446-4823 Email: email@example.com
MENARD COUNTY UWD
Ms. Caroline Runge, Manager
P.O. Box 1215, Menard, TX 76859
Phone No. 325-396-3670 Fax No. 325-396-3921 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EASTERN MENARD COUNTY:
SAN SABA COUNTY:
CITY OF AUSTIN:
Austin Water Utility Well Requirements – See attached file.
Advanced Notice of Water Well Activity Form
Water Well Registration Form
Auxiliary Water System Permit Application
Alternate Method Form – This form is needed if the RPZ is offset from the water meter.