Aquifer Conditions

Aquifer Conditions
Area
Index
Today's
Readings
  Yesterday's Readings   Ten Day Average
Bexar (J-17) 656.4   655.8   653.4
Uvalde (J-27) 832.5   832.3   829.3
Comal Springs 254   253   236
San Marcos Springs 209   204   191

Provisional Daily water readings as of 9:00 AM
Last Updated on May 23 2015

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San Antonio Pool Stage 1   20%*    
Includes all of Bexar and Medina counties and portions of Comal, Hays, Guadalupe, and Atascosa counties
Uvalde Pool Stage 5   44%*    
Includes all of Uvalde County
*Withdrawal Reductions

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    Expiration of Stage II and Return to Stage I Critical Period Management SA Pool

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Featured AquiSmarty

Witte Museum Aquismarty

At the new indoor/outdoor H-E-B Body Adventure experience at the Witte Museum visitors are invited to explore three different container gardens: a vegetable garden, an herb and a medicinal plant garden. Three water barrels collect rain water throughout the year. Rain water harvesting decreases #Aquismarty the demand for water from the public water supply. What can you do to save water in your garden?