The Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority (BCRUA), a partnership of the cities of Cedar Park, Leander, and Round Rock, has a responsibility to provide reliable, cost-effective sources of water for their fast growing jurisdictions. If the cities do not develop a new regional water supply system, resources will not be adequate in three to seven years, jeopardizing the health, safety, and quality of life for residents and negatively impacting the region’s economic future. In a time of rapid growth, communities must cooperate to ensure an adequate water supply for everyone.

A Regional Solution

The BCRUA has designed a regional water supply solution that makes sense. Not only is it more cost-efficient and environmentally sound, it also provides a solid foundation for local businesses and the well-being of residents in all surrounding communities. Moreover, our regional strategy is in line with the policies of the Texas Water Development Board and the Lower Colorado River Authority’s water management plan.