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At SJWTX, our goal is to make sure that our customers have safe, clean, and reliable water service 24/7, which means that our water system must be maintained and upgraded as time goes by.

In approximately 250 square miles of the service area, SJWTX has 48 active wells, 5 wastewater facilities, 3 surface water plants, 86 pump stations, and 676 miles of water mains- that’s a lot of infrastructures to maintain!

The Campus 

  • Type of Infrastructure:

    • Brand new 500,000-gallon ground storage tank

  • Benefits of Infrastructure:

    • Additional water source via GBRA turnout

    • Provide stable water pressure, in the event of power interruption or a water main break.

    • Covers residents the Meyer Ranch, Vintage Oaks, and Wagner Ranch subdivisions

  • Status of Project:

    • Completed in November, 2021

The Point 

  • Type of Infrastructure:

    • Brand new 225,000-gallon steel ground storage tank and multiple-output booster pumps
  • Benefits of Infrastructure:

    • Increase capacity to help improve service to the Hillcrest Elevated Storage Tank.  

    • Water booster pumps provide additional pressure to move water from the  storage tank through the mains.

    • This area supplies water to the Canyon Lake High School and subdivisions around FM 32 and FM 3424
  • Status of Project:

    • Scheduled to be completed in February, 2022

Mystic 1

  • Type of Infrastructure:

    • Additional 750,000-gallon ground storage tank
  • Benefits of Infrastructure:

    • Provides additional storage to Park Shores. 
    • Allows one tank to be offline for maintenance without disrupting water services to customers. 

  • Status of Project:

    • Scheduled to be completed in May 2022.
 

Clear Water Estates

  • Type of Infrastructure:

    • Tie in of newly acquired Clearwater subdivision to the Triple Peak system
  • Benefits of Infrastructure:

    • Provides redundancy to the subdivision, and utilizes good producing wells to help supplement the Triple Peak Zone

 

  • Status of Project: 

    • Completed in March 2021

 

Ventana 

  • Type of Infrastructure:
    • Brand new 750,000-gallon composite elevated water tower
  • Benefits of Infrastructure:
    • Provides more stable water pressure.
    • Supplies additional storage in the event of power interruption or a water main break.
    • Located near FM46 and Blanco Road intersection and will serve over 1000 homes in western Bulverde, including the Ventana, Belle Oaks, and Glenn Wood subdivisions.
  • Status of Project:

    • Completed March 2022.

Stahl Turnout

  • Type of Infrastructure:
    • Brand new 1,500,000-gallon concrete ground storage including newly added booster pumps.
  • Benefits of Infrastructure:
    • Improve service in Bulverde and River Crossing areas.
    • Additional source of water.
    • Serves as elevated storage for the Hidden Trails subdivision.
  • Status of Project:
    • Completed May of 2021

Park Shores (Surface Water Treatment Plant)

  • Type of Infrastructure: 
    • Additional 500,000-gallon concrete ground storage tank
  • Benefits of Infrastructure:
    • This tank will provide additional storage at our largest water treatment plant on the north side of Canyon Lake.
    • Provides backup support when the first tank needs to be maintained.
  • Status of Project:
    • Completed December of 2021

FM 306 Main Line Replacement (Phase 5)

  • Type of Infrastructure:
    • Replace roughly 1.5 miles of 16” PVC with 20” DICL
  • Benefits of Infrastructure:
    • Continue replacement of critical transmission main that is currently prone to leaks
    • Convey water efficiently from our Canyon Lake treatment plant, to Bulverde area
  • Status of Project  
    • Construction starting in April 2021
    • Scheduled to be completed in January 2022