Developers have a new way to connect with the District for questions about activity within the District's Easements or requests for an Easement Encroachment Permit. Read on...
- Is there a District Dam near me?
Use the District’s Mapping Tool - Enter your address by selecting the magnifying glass in the upper left corner of the map.
- Am I within the Dam District?
The best way to determine if you are in the District is to look up your property on the Williamson County Appraisal District’s site. Scroll to the middle of the page and look to see if the Upper Brushy Creek WCID is listed in the Taxing Entities.
- Does the District handle utilities?
The District is not a utility service provider, we operate and maintain flood control dams in Williamson County. Residents utility service is likely with your City or MUD District.
- When are the public Board meetings?
Regular Board Meeting are held on the third Thursday of each month at 460 Texas Ave. Round Rock, TX 78664 and begin at 4pm. Agendas and minutes are available here.
- How many dams does the District sponsor?
The District operates and maintains 23 earthen dams in Williamson County from the City of Leander to the City of Hutto.