Bluebonnet Rural Water Corporation (BRWC) is a subsidiary of Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, one of the largest electric cooperatives in Texas. BRWC purchased the water company, formerly known as Northeast Washington County Water Supply, in 2006. BRWC serves approximately 1,094 meters in northeast Washington County. BRWC is managed by Professional General Management Services, Inc. (PGMS).
Account Information & How to Pay your Bill
Mail Payments to :
Bluebonnet Rural Water Corporation
26550 Ranch Road 12, Suite 1
Dripping Springs, TX 78620-4903
Customer Service 512-894-3322
24-Hour Outage Number 1-866-643-3472
Professional General Management Services, Inc. dba PGMS, Inc. is a water utility management company incorporated in the State of Texas for the purpose of managing municipal utility districts, water supply corporations, and private water companies. PGMS provides contract management operations, maintenance, emergency services, meter reading, accounting, and billing & collection of water accounts for such entities.
All personally-identifiable information gathered on this website is used strictly for the purposes of servicing your account, giving you credit for payment on your water utility account, subscribing you to a newsletter that you request, or other customer-related services that you request.
Except as required by the Texas Open Records Act or as otherwise required by law, your information will not be released to third parties.
Returns & Refunds Policy:
Except in the case of an incorrectly functioning water meter, it is our policy to not give refunds for water that has been consumed.
Delivery Method & Timing:
Water is delivered to customer accounts through water meters after the customer's application has been approved.
Your Credit Card Statement
If you use our online payment system, your credit card statement will list the name of your water utility, for example, "Bluebonnet Water Supply Corporation" or PGMS, Inc. This is the DBA for your water utility system because PGMS is the Operator of Record.
PGMS is the operator of record for the following water utility systems: