District

FAQs

Here we have compiled a list of Frequently asked questions (FAQ); they are listed questions along with their respective answers.

 

Staff

If you have any questions or concerns please contact our Office Staff and they will do their best to help you.  Use this link to contact the Board of Directors with any questions related to their role.

 

Board of Directors

Comal Trinity GCD's Board of Directors is a group of volunteers appointed by Comal County's Commissioners to plan the GCD's strategic direction, oversee policy, evaluate the GCD's financial performance, and ensure that the GCD caters to members’ needs.  Use this link to contact the Board of Directors with any questions related to their role.

 

Board Meetings

Comal Trinity GCD Board of Directors generally meet at the Curtis W. Bremer Training Center 9850 FM 311 in Spring Branch . Upcoming meeting dates and locations will be announced on the website.

 

Agenda and Minutes

The Comal Trinity GCD posts agenda that includes the date, hour, place, and subject of each meeting at both the Comal County offices and this website.  To be added to our email notification list and receive an emailed copy of agenda as they are released, send an email to this link.  

 

News

From time to time the Comal Trinity GCD releases news announcements meaningful to County residents.  To be added to our email notification list and receive an emailed copy of news articles as they are released, send an email to this link.  You will also be automatically kept up-to-date with the latest GCD news.

 

GMA9

Groundwater Management Areas were created "in order to provide for the conservation, preservation, protection, recharging, and prevention of waste of the groundwater, and of groundwater reservoirs or their subdivisions, and to control subsidence caused by withdrawal of water from those groundwater reservoirs.  GCDs that comprise GMA-9 are Bandera County River Authority and Groundwater District, Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District, Blanco-Pedernales GCD, Comal Trinity GCD, Cow Creek GCD, Edwards Aquifer Authority, Hays Trinity GCD, Headwaters GCD, Medina County GCD, and the Trinity-Glen Rose GCD.

 

GMA10

Groundwater Management Areas were created "in order to provide for the conservation, preservation, protection, recharging, and prevention of waste of the groundwater, and of groundwater reservoirs or their subdivisions, and to control subsidence caused by withdrawal of water from those groundwater reservoirs.   GCDs that comprise GMA-10 are Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District, Comal Trinity GCD, Edwards Aquifer Authority, Kinney County GCD, Medina County GCD, Plum Creek Conservation District, Uvalde County Underground Water Conservation District. 

 

History

Although the legislatively created Comal Trinity GCD has a relatively short life, its roots are long.  A brief history of how the GCD was formed appears on this page.

 

Mission and Goals

The Comal Trinity Groundwater Conservation District's mission is to maintain Comal County's hill country way of life by conserving, protecting, and preserving our Trinity groundwater resources.

 

Comal Trinity

Groundwater Conservation District

We are working feverishly to protect your Trinity Aquifer water resources.  If you have questions, feel free to contact us at:

PO Box 664, Spring Branch, TX 78070
Email: admin@ComalTrinityGCD.com

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