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Mesa Underground Water Conservation District

Contact: Jacob Hernandez
General Manager
212 N. Ave G
Lamesa, Texas 79331
Enabling/Major Legislation: In 1989, Senate Bill 1727 called for the creation of Mesa Underground Conservation District. On January 20, 1990, the district was created by the voters of Dawson County.
Link To Current Enabling Legislation:
Link To management Plan Or Instructions On Where To Find It:
Link To District Rules Or Instructions On Where To Find Them:
Number Of Counties: 1
Counties Covered: Dawson County
Income Source: Both
GCD Population: 5 Thousand -10 Thousand
Community Type: Rural
Largest Use: Agricultural
Selection of Board Members: Elected
Number of Board Members: 5
GMAs: 2
Exempt Wells: N/A
Reporting Requirements: Yes, Production Use Measurement Area
Reporting Frequency: Annual
Meter Requirements: Yes, for a Production Use Measurement Area
Spacing Requirements: A new permitted well may not be drilled within 100 yards (300 feet) from the property line of an adjoining landowner(s).
Production Limitations (Non-Exempt Wells): A well or well system may only be permitted to be drilled and equipped for the production of a cumulative total of 5 gallons perminute per contiguous acre under which the identical ownership of land and water rights are owned, operated, and controlled.
Do you have a well plugging program? No
Does your district offer any financial assistance or in kind services for plugging? No
Do you offer water quality testing? Yes
Do you have a newsletter? No
How can someone subscribe to your newsletter? NA
Do you offer educational outreach? No

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