High Plains Underground Water Conservation District No. 1updated: September 2014

High Plains Underground Water Conservation District No. 1 was created in 1951. As a political subdivision of Texas, HPUWCD is charged with protecting, preserving and conserving aquifers within the District's service area.

As the first groundwater conservation district created in Texas, the original boundaries of the High Plains Water District were delineated in March 1951 by the State Board of Engineers. After several annexations, the HPWD now serves an area of 11,850 square miles or 7,587,359 acres, which includes all or portions of 16 counties.

Amarillo Office:
High Plains Water District 
6500 Canyon Dr. Ste 200
Amarillo, TX 79109-7032
Phone: 806.318.3834
Fax: 806.418.4925

Contact High Plains Underground Water Conservation District No. 1

Jason Coleman
General Manager
2930 Ave. Q
Lubbock, Texas  79411
Phone: 806.762.0181
Fax: 806.762.1834


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Armstrong County, Texas
  • Bailey County, Texas
  • Briscoe County, Texas
  • Castro County, Texas
  • Cochran County, Texas
  • Crosby County, Texas
  • Deaf Smith County, Texas
  • Dickens County, Texas
  • Floyd County, Texas
  • Garza County, Texas
  • Hale County, Texas
  • Hockley County, Texas
  • Lamb County, Texas
  • Lubbock County, Texas
  • Lynn County, Texas
  • Oldham County, Texas
  • Parmer County, Texas
  • Potter County, Texas
  • Randall County, Texas
  • Swisher County, Texas
  • Terry County, Texas

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