Aquifer Conditions

Aquifer Conditions
Area
Index
Today's
Readings
  Yesterday's Readings   Ten Day Average
Bexar (J-17) 668.8   669.9   670.4
Uvalde (J-27) 847.6   847.6   847.8
Comal Springs 339   341   346
San Marcos Springs 340   341   344

Provisional Daily water readings as of 9:00 AM
Last Updated on Jul 7 2015

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San Antonio Pool N/A   0%*    
Includes all of Bexar and Medina counties and portions of Comal, Hays, Guadalupe, and Atascosa counties
Uvalde Pool Stage 2   5%*    
Includes all of Uvalde County
*Withdrawal Reductions

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Featured AquiSmarty

The JBSA-Randolph star on the traffic island in Washington Circle is more than 80 years old, and one of the earliest features of the Army Air Corps’ Randolph Field. The star will soon become a hardscape filled with terracotta paver bricks, bordered by multi-colored river stones and decomposed granite while keeping the integrity of its five-pointed appearance.
 
John Howry, JBSA landscape architect, said “Droughts and water restrictions are requiring us to make more happen with less. The benefit of the finished product will be government savings in maintenance, water usage and any irrigation repairs over the years and the overriding benefit is permanent sustainability.”