Water Conservation Plan Utility Profile

Utility Profile (New Users)

Utility Profile (Registered Users)

The Utility Profile serves as the first component in developing a Water Conservation Plan. The purpose of the Utility Profile is to assist you with water conservation plan development and to ensure that important information and data about your utility system be considered when preparing your water conservation plan and its target and goals. Completing the Utility Profile is the first step in developing a Water Conservation Plan.

How to prepare a Utility Profile

Your Utility Profile should be completed online.  It is important that the Utility Profile be created online since pertinent historic data from previously submitted Water Use Surveys, Water Loss Audits and/or Annual Conservation Reports may be used to pre-populate certain fields.

In order to complete the Utility Profile online, you must first request access to the Water Conservation application. 

If you have previously completed a Water Use Survey or a Water Loss Audit online, you may use your existing log-in credentials to access the Loss, Use and Conservation home page, where you can then request access to the Water Conservation application. Click on the Registered User link at the top of the page to start the process. Once access is approved by TWDB staff you will receive a confirmation by email.

If you have not previously registered online, you must do so before you can access the Water Conservation application. The New User link at the top of the page will direct you to the appropriate page. Once you have created a username and password, you may use the Registered User link to request access to the application.  Once access is approved by TWDB staff you will receive a confirmation by email.

The Utility Profile must be submitted before your new Water Conservation Plan can be uploaded. Review the Water Conservation Plan Checklist (TWDB Form - 1968) and complete the additional components necessary to submit a Water Conservation Plan.

For additional information please contact TWDB's Municipal Water Conservation division at wcpteam@twdb.texas.gov or 512-463-7988.

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