West Texas is always searching for new water sources to keep up with the population growth and the Colorado River Municipal Water District is doing it’s part to ensure there is water for the masses. Recently, the District issued a request for proposals for the acquisition of additional water supplies.
“What we’re looking for now is a new source,” says John Grant, director of CRMWD. Over the last couple of years, CRMWD has been contacted by various land owners and business groups saying they have water supplies and they might be willing to sell the rights. Now, these sources could be ground water or surface water, it all depends on CRMWD’s evaluation of the source. Proposals from these interested sellers will come in over the next 3 months but it will take anywhere from 3 to 6 months for CRMWD evaluate and make a decision. John Grant says the evaluation is based on 3 factors: quantity, quality, and location. Read more about the Colorado River Municipal Water District’s RFP