Evergreen Underground Water Conservation Districtlast updated: September 2014

The Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District was created in 1965 in accordance with Section 59, Article 16 of the Constitution of the State of Texas. The District encompasses all of Atascosa, Frio, Wilson, and Karnes Counties. This includes 2,461,000 acres or 3,845 square miles. The District's economy is heavily dependent upon agriculture and agriculture related business. Rainfall in the District averages from 24 inches per year in Frio County , to 32 inches per year in Wilson County. Rainfall usually peaks in the late spring, with a secondary peak in early fall. Due to this trend and high summer temperatures, irrigation is required for consistent crop production and yield. Approximately 80% of the total groundwater pumpage in the District is used in Agriculture.


Contact Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District


Contact Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District

Mike Mahoney
General Manager
110 Wyoming Boulevard
Pleasanton, Texas  78064
Phone: (830)-569-4186
Fax: (830)-569-4238


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Atascosa County, Texas
  • Frio County, Texas
  • Karnes County, Texas
  • Wilson County, Texas


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