Dripping Springs Water Supply Proposed New Rates

Dear Dripping Springs Water Supply Corporation Member:

The Dripping Springs Water Supply is currently looking into proposing a new rate tariff.

The lower usage tiers will be kept the same but the higher usage tiers will be broken down differently with higher rates. 

Current Rates:

0-4000                         $2.25/1000

4,001-8,000                 $3.75/1000

8,001-12,000               $4.25/1000

12,001-40,000             $4.75/1000

40,001 and above       $5.25/1000

 

Proposed Rates:

Residential/ Commercial

0-4000                         $2.25/1000

4,001-8,000                 $3.75/1000

8,001-12,000               $4.25/1000

12,001-20,000             $5.25/1000

20,001-30,000             $6.25/1000

30,001-50,000             $8.25/1000

50,001 and above       $12.00/1000

 

Irrigation Meters

0-30,000                      $5.50/1000

30,001-50,000             $7.50/1000

50,001 and above       $12.00

 

The proposed new rates will go into effect in January 2020 if approved. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at the office (512-858-7897) or come to our next board meeting Monday September 23rd at 6 pm.

New Payment System

Dripping Springs Water Supply launched a new online payment system the 24th of January. 

We are excited about this conversion for several reasons.  You will be able to pay your bill online, if you use the online service you will be able to view your billing history and your water usage history.  You will have the option to store your credit card information with your account which will keep you from having to input your credit card information each month.  You will also have the option to sign up for Auto Pay, if you are currently setup for auto credit card you will need to enroll in auto pay. You will also be able to sign up for email or text reminders.  And as always if there is any question as to a problem with your bill, those matters will be handled in our office.

We still accept payments in person in our office.

Please click the link below to setup your new account with the new software. Please make sure to read all instructions, if you need any help please give us a call! 512-858-7897

DSWSC Bill Pay

Customer Portal Now Available

   

Customers now have online access to their water usage information via the Dripping Springs WSC web site and the getMyMeter.info portal.

As part of our ongoing efforts to improve services to our customers,Dripping Springs WSC has upgraded our water meters with “smart” endpoints to help you monitor your water usage by offering you direct and secure access to your water usage data.  The Dripping Springs WSC web site now offers access to the getMyMeter.info portal and smartphone apps to review and analyze your water usage patterns. With these tools, you are now able to view your usage activity and gain greater understanding and control of the amount of water you use. You are also able to establish alerts, including identifying potential leaks and abnormal increases in your water usage.

To access the getMyMeter.info portal, click the button below. Register your account using the account number and name from your Dripping Springs WSC billing statement.

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