WHO WE ARE


History

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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. View the timeline here.

Board of Directors

HPWD is governed by a five-member Board of Directors elected by residents in each of the District Director's Precincts. Each director serves a four-year term where they oversee district operations, programs and activities. Board members approve final water well permit applications

 

 
Precinct One  Member Dan Seale

Precinct One 
Member
Dan Seale

Precinct Two  Vice-President Brad Heffington

Precinct Two 
Vice-President
Brad Heffington

Precinct Three Secretary/   Treasurer Mike Beauchamp

Precinct Three
Secretary/  
Treasurer
Mike Beauchamp

Precinct Four  President Lynn Tate

Precinct Four 
President
Lynn Tate

Precinct Five  Member Ronnie Hopper

Precinct Five 
Member
Ronnie Hopper

 

 

County Committees

A county advisory committee from each of the 16 counties is appointed to serve a one-year term by the district’s Board of Directors. They advise the Board by recommending projects and keeping local communities represented.

See where your board members serve and learn who your county committee members are with this interactive map →