Canyon Regional Water Authority (CRWA) is a subdivision of the state of Texas tasked with providing potable water to 11 public utilities that provide water to residents and businesses in a five county area.  These counties include Bexar, Caldwell, Guadalupe, Hays, and Wilson counties. Water provided by CRWA comes from a variety of sources including rivers and underground wells and is treated to state potable water requirements prior to delivery to the other utilities. Protecting their facilities from natural hazards that could possibly inhibit production of water is important to CRWA. If you would like to provide input into what types of hazards could potentially affect CRWA water production, please complete the survey below.

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* 1. Please state the entity to which you represent.

* 2. How many connections does your entity provide water to?

* 3. How concerned are you about the possibility of potable water production being impacted by a natural disaster?

* 4. Has your entity  ever experienced or been impacted by a natural disaster?

* 5. Please rank your water production vulnerability to the following hazards

Extreme Heat
Hurricane/Tropical Storm
Severe Winter Storm
Coastal Erosion
Dam/Levee Failure
Expansive Soils
Land Subsidence

* 6. Is there another natural hazard not listed above that you think represents a wide-scale threat to CRWA water production? If yes, please explain:

* 7. What is the most effective way for you to receive information about natural hazard mitigation?

* 8. In your opinion, what are some steps CRWA  could take to reduce or eliminate the risk of future natural hazard damages?

* 9. In regards to CRWA, what other issues regarding the reduction of risk and loss associated with natural hazards or disasters do you find important?

* 10. Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns?

* 11. If you would like to receive additional updates and notifications related to the Hazard Mitigation Action Plan, please enter your email address below.