Welcome to the Official Website of Port O'Connor Improvement District

Our Mission

At Port O'Connor Improvement District, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

Bill Payment Options

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Conservation Tips

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2022 Year in Review

December 22, 2022

The year 2022 was a very busy and eventful year for POCID. The updated District logo the Board approved at the December 2021 meeting began to appear on District websites, letterheads, and facilities. In January, the District finished the formal consolidation procedures with LaSalle WCID No. 1A adding 1,159.8 acres to the District which increased the District boundaries from approximately 2,000 acres to 3,159.8 acres. After the completion of the District’s first ever property annexation in September of 2022, the total amount of acreage in the District increased to 3,269.588 acres.
In May, the six million in bonds from the Texas Water Development Board was released and work commenced on...

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Take a Moment to Think About It

Take a Moment to Think About It

October 01, 2023

The value of water is immeasurable.

Every October the water community reflects on A Day Without Water to better educate, appreciate, and understand this incredible resource. The Water Industry’s most important mission is to preserve and protect water for generations to come (both animal, plant and human generations!). 

For many, living without fresh flowing water is a stark reality. When water is unavailable, communities stop functioning. Water is used to prepare meals, baths, sanitation, hydration, industry, agriculture, and so much more. 

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