Elm Ridge WCID is part of the Upper Trinity Regional WAter District’s service area. This is one of the fastest growing areas in the country, and the rapid population growth creates a rapidly increasing demand for water.
UTRWD is working on several new water infrastructure projects to increase the available supply. Unfortunately these projects take a long time to complete, making water conservation even more important.
Saving water is key to the future of our region.
The population in the area we service is expected to nearly double by 2030. As our communities grow, so does their need for water.In addition to new water sources, water conservation and reuse will play a crucial role in providing the water we need in coming years. Conserving water will make Upper Trinity Regional Water District’s (UTRWD’s) current supplies last longer. This will help us meet water needs until new projects—which take years to construct—can be added to the system.