Gillespie County Water Wells

The Hill Country Underground Conservation District “District” began registering new water wells drilled in late 1989 and in 1999 began issuing permits for permitted wells (i.e. commercial, irrigation, municipal) as well.
 

After the District was created District personnel contacted local drillers to get copies of the driller’s logs for Gillespie County that were drilled prior to the establishment of the District.  It is an on-going process locating these wells. The District is not in possession of all the driller’s log prior to the Districts creation as some driller were no longer in business or  the drilling company was not from the surrounding area.  In addition wells drilled prior to 1965 were not required to file driller’s log with the state.

Click here to view graph showing a breakdown of wells drilled by years. To view maps showing well locations prior to District creation (pre-1989), in 5 year increments, and wells drilled through October 2015 click here.  To view a map showing wells based on the well classification of registered, historic and permitted click here.

To View Well Information (click here)

Due to the large amount of data, “GillespieCountyWellLocations – GillespieParcels20160222” might not fully draw until you zoom in to the area of interest.  When message pops up “Layer did not draw completely” keep clicking ok until you are zoomed in to the area of interest. 

 

·        To view click on red dot or inside of parcel lines for property address (if available).

·        Once you find the well information you are looking for and need a copy of the well log, please contact us with the HCUWCD # and we can Email you the well log.

Please note the District will continue to update the map on a regular basis as new wells are drilled and/or existing wells (pre-District) are located.

 

Contact the District if you find any errors (i.e. miss located).  In addition there are properties that have a well but the District does not show one, however if you can provide who the owner was at the time the well was drilled we can look up to see if we have the well log just not located.

 

Well Types:

·        Registered Wells – wells used solely for domestic and livestock

·        Permitted Wells – wells used for commercial, irrigation or municipal purposes which are subject to the District requirements regarding spacing and production limits

·        Historic Wells – wells that were in existence prior to November of 1999 that were used for commercial, irrigation or municipal purposes are exempt from current permitting requirements

Disclaimer

The information found is complied and made available as public service by the District and the Gillespie County Appraisal District “GCAD”; and

This product is for informational purposes only and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground survey and represents only the approximate relative location of property boundaries; and

The District and GCAD make no warranty as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the information and are not responsible for any errors or omissions or for results obtained from the use of the information. The District and GCAD expressly disclaim any and all liability in connection herewith. Use of the information is the sole responsibility of the user.