Lee County Water Supply Corporation is a non-profit corporation that is owned by, our customers. As a customer within Lee County WSC service area, you are a member of our corporation.
Lee County WSC is governed by a nine-member board of directors who are elected by the membership at the annual meeting held in March of every year. The directors serve for a three year term. The Board of Directors and Staff of Lee County Water Supply Corporation are dedicated to providing safe, reliable, high quality Drinking water. along with unsurpassed customer service to meet or exceed the needs of all of our members while maintaining water quality and quantity within the mandated guidelines provided by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).
Lee County Water Supply Corporation – History
1971 | Lee County Water Supply Corporation was established.
1972 | Phase I— Consisted of four wells, two Standpipes And Distribution lines.
1973 | Phase II— Addition of two Booster Stations another Standpipe along with distribution lines.
1975 | Phase III—Construction of two additional Standpipes plus the addition of more distribution line to serve more area.
1979 | Drilled addition well.
1982 | Phase IV—addition of five additional well, Upgrade of some existing Stations addition of three new sites, and extensive amount of work on the distribution system.
1990 | Phase V—All Distribution line to tie-in parts of four other areas within our service area.
1994 | Phase VI—Distribution line to tie-in two additional areas in the system.
1995 | Phase VII— Merge Paige WSC to Lee County WSC along with Distribution lines to tie-in both systems.
1999 | Relocate office to current location at 1598 S. Leon St Giddings, Texas 78942.
2001 | Phase VIII– Drilled three deep wells and the addition of three 250,000 elevated storage tanks. Will additional distribution line and Mains.
2002 | Phase IV– Addition of larger transmission lines, replace defective and high maintenance areas and loop systems with larger mains. After Phase VIII and Phase IV Lee County WSC had added and replace over 160 mile of line.
2009 | Merge Ledbetter WSC to Lee County WSC.
2011-2014 | Phase X—Drill new well, Update four sites, add one cooling tower which will bring Lee County WSC to three cooling towers total, Re-Build critical site that was built in 1972 and the addition of larger main line and distribution lines to Ledbetter area.