May 19, 2020 MPGCD Board Meeting
In accordance with Governor Abbott’s declaration of the COVID-19 public health threat and action to temporarily suspend certain provisions of the Texas Open Meetings Act, a quorum of the District’s Board of Directors will hold its regular Board meeting by videoconference call. There will not be an in-person meeting. The public may join this meeting as follows:
Access the videoconference at this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89717528793
Alternatively, call in to this meeting at this toll-free number: 888-992-1129
Members of the public wishing to make public comment during the meeting must register by emailing email@example.com prior to 9:30 a.m. on May 19, 2020. A copy of the agenda packet will be available on the District’s website at the time of the meeting.
Board Packet is available here.
Last Updated: February 7, 2020
Our mission is to develop and implement an efficient, economical and environmentally sound groundwater management program to protect and maintain historical aquifer levels and enhance the water resources of the District, and to communicate and administer to the needs and concerns of the citizens of Pecos County.
In keeping an eye on Pecos County water levels we monitor over 100+ wells that are scattered throughout Pecos County. We also conduct water analysis from all over the County. Our Board meetings are normally held the third Tuesday of each month, and everyone is welcome to attend.
We have an 11 member Board of Directors that is elected by the citizens of Pecos County. There are two directors from each precinct, one from the city of Fort Stockton, one from the city of Iraan, and one from Pecos County at large. Elections are held on even numbered years during November.