ABOUT BASTROP COUNTY WATER CONTROL
The Bastrop Water Control and Improvement District (The District) was formed in 1985 through an act of legislation out of the need to operate the water system which served the 7000 lot subdivision known as Tahitian Village.
A Road District was formed in 1989 to maintain and improve the roads within the Tahitian Village boundaries. The governing body of the Road District was folded into the duties of the governing body of the Water District. The Village consists of 65 miles of road. The two entities have been governed by a single board since inception. Financial activities are maintained separately.
Due to failing septic systems, the need for a wastewater collection system was determined. The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) constructed the wastewater collection system and the first customer went on line 2000. The District operated the wastewater system for the LCRA until the District purchased the system from the LCRA in 2016.
The District is governed by a five member board. Each board member is elected by Village residents and serves a four year term.
Apr 28 – Meet & Greet the Candidates (Hosted by TVPOA) 11:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Apr 23 – Early Voting Starts (at the Courthouse)
May 5 – Election Day (at the Courthouse)
May 14 – Special Meeting 4:00 p.m.
May 24 – Board Meeting 6:30 p.m.