Our Mission

To deliver raw water to the District's Member Cities (Abilene, Albany, Anson and Breckenridge) and others for municipal, industrial, mining, domestic/livestock and irrigation purposes, as authorized and/or required by the Act creating the District (Art. 8280-162), Auxiliary Water Laws adopted by the Texas Water Commission/Texas Natural Resources Conservation Commission, and individual contracts between the District and its customers.

Own, operate, manage and maintain the District's water resource (Hubbard Creek Reservoir) and the District's water pumping and delivery systems.

As directed by state mandates, address drought management, drought relief and water quality issues.

Provide recreational facilities and opportunities for the general public incidental to the District's statutory and contractual purposes, duties and responsibilities.

    Hubbard Creek Reservoir (03-27-2015) Elevation/1152.68msl
  • 13.0% Full
  • Possum Kingdom Reservoir (03-27-2015) Elevation/985.81 msl
    63.0% Full
  • Lake Fort Phantom Hill (03-27-2015) Elevation/1619.13 msl
    33.0% Full
  • Lake Daniels (03-27-2015) Elevation/N/A
    23.4% Full
  • Lake O.H. Ivie (03-27-2015) Elevation/1507.17msl
    14.0% Full
  • West Texas Area Reservoir Capacity

Team Members

  • Chris Wingert, P.E.

    General Manager

    Chris Wingert, P.E. is a native Texan who received a Bachelor of Science....

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  • Ronnie Tilly

    Assistant Manager/Operations

    Ronnie Tilly is a graduate of Hawley High School, Texas Peace Officer....

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  • Sam Fare

    Planning & Development Manager

    Sam Fare is an Abilene native with a degree in Landscape Architecture...

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Hubbard Creek Lake Suspension Postponed

Hubbard Creek Reservoir remains in the grip of a continuing drought. Currently the water surface...(Story by WCTMWD)

Water District Extends Boat Ramp At Hubbard Creek Reservoir

The continuing drought continues to cause lower water levels at Hubbard Creek Reservoir despite recent rainfall. Consequently the...(Story by WCTMWD)

Is There An End To The Drought In Sight?

More than half of the state of Texas is considered to be in severe drought. Abilene is no exception....(Story by MyFoxZone)

Over 40 Texas Water Systems Face Running Out In Less Than 90 Days

Lake Fort Phantom Hill is 44% full while Hubbard Creek Reservoir is only 24% full...(Story by KRBC News)