Our Mission

Lake Kiowa Special Utility District will provide dependable water service that consistently meets or exceeds TCEQ water quality standards.  Services will be delivered at a fair and reasonable price that reflects the cost of producing, testing, storing, and distributing this precious treasure.
It is our goal to always treat our customers equally with respect and honesty.

Irrigation Systems

If you are having trouble with your irrigation system resetting itself after an electrical brown out or disruption you might purchase and install a UPS uninterruptabe power supply (battery backup). These UPS systems are the same as what you probably have on your home computer system. By installing the UPS your system time clock will not be reset when the power fails. These are especially useful for owners who do not live here full time or vacationers. BTW the 9 volt battery that is installed on most system controllers only backs up your settings when the system loses power.

Board Meeting & Agendas

Lake Kiowa Special Utility District Board of Director meeting agendas are posted monthly. Click here to view the most recent information and agenda.

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Help Wanted = PART TIME RECEPTIONIST

March 05, 2019

Receptionist with ability to answer phone, work with QuickBooks Accounts Receivable, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and ability to learn computer billing software.

This is a part time position with 20 – 30 hours per week.

Starting pay $12 hour.

Completed application is required.

Application available below: 

https://www.lksud.org/documents/223/Lake_Kiowa_Special_Utility_District_Employee_Application.pdf

Application may be emailed to gm@lksud.org ,brought to the office, or dropped in the office drop box at 133 Kiowa Dr. S.

For information call (940) 668-8391.

Applications accepted thru 3/15/19.

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Fix a Leak Week

Fix a Leak Week

March 01, 2019

Mark your calendars, folks: March 18-24 is the EPA's eleventh annual Fix a Leak WeekHousehold leaks can waste more than 1 TRILLION gallons of water each year. Yes, 1 TRILLION—That's a one with 12 zeros behind it (1,000,000,000,000). Those drippy faucets and leaking toilets are more than an annoyance; they cost you lots of money, and they waste LOTS of water. So, this March, hunt down those drips! Chase those leaks!

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