DUE TO THE GROWING CONCERNS OF THE SPREAD OF THE COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS), OUR OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED TO PUBLIC ACCESS BEGINNING MARCH 17TH. WE WILL STILL BE CONDUCTING BUSINESS THROUGH PHONE CALLS, EMAIL, FAX AND REGULAR MAIL. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION AND WE WISH EVERYONE WELL DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME.
The Neches and Trinity Valleys Groundwater Conservation District will strive for the conservation, preservation, and the prevention of the waste of groundwater reservoirs over which the District has jurisdiction. The District will implement water conservation and management strategies to prevent the extreme decline of water levels for the benefit of all water users, water rights owners, the economy, or citizens, and the environment of the territory inside the District.
In 2001, the Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 1821 which authorized the creation of the District as a governmental agency to regulate groundwater in order to protect it from overuse and wasteful use. This was approved by the voters in a general election in November 2001. The District includes all of Anderson, Cherokee and Henderson counties.
The District office is located at 501 Devereux St., Jacksonville, TX