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Wickson Creek Special Utility District is a political subdivision of the State of Texas. The District supplies water to an area of approximately 500 square miles in portions of Brazos, Grimes, and Robertson Counties. For better clarity of our service area you may wish to view our service area page.

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Agenda for January 21, 2016 Regular Meeting


                   NOTICE OF MEETING




Notice is hereby given that a regular meeting of the governing body of the above-named Political Subdivision will be held on the 21st  day of January, 2016, at 6:15 P. M. in the offices at 8770 Highway 21 East, Bryan, Texas at which time the following subjects will be discussed:

  1. Hear Visitors, 3 Minutes.

  2. Consider and Act Upon Meeting Minutes of November & December 2015.

  3. Consider and Act Upon Financial Report for November and December of 2015.

  4. Consider and Act Upon the 4th Quarter Budget Report and Investment Report for 2015.

  5. President’s...

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How are you Weathering this Winter?

How are you Weathering this Winter?

When temperatures drop, and snow and ice threaten, there is no better haven from the cold than a cozy, warm house. However, winter weather can take its toll on a home, causing expensive damages and high utility bills. Winterizing your home can help prevent unexpected surprises, such as busted pipes, and will help with energy costs. Hopefully you were well prepared for the winter, but if you’re feeling the chill, we have some helpful tips for “weathering” this weather well.

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