Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority (BCRUA)

Brushy Creek Regional Utility AuthorityMeetings

  • Once a month
  • Meeting locations usually rotate among the partner cities.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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The BCRUA Board of Directors is comprised of six members consisting of two representatives selected by the councils of each partner city.

  • Anne Duffy, City of Cedar Park - President
  • Matthew Baker, City of Round Rock - Vice President
  • Na'Cole Thompson, City of Leander - Secretary
  • Jason Anderson, City of Leander - Citizen Director
  • Rene Flores, City of Round Rock - Citizen Director
  • Mel Kirkland, City of Cedar Park - Citizen Director

According to BCRUA bylaws, each partner city has one Council Director who is entitled to one vote on matters before the Board. The positions of President, Vice President and Secretary constitute the Council Directors. In the absence of the Council Director at a meeting, the Citizen Director, if present, shall be entitled to vote, and the vote shall constitute a vote of the city. The affirmative votes of at least two cities present and voting at a meeting shall constitute a binding act of the Board.


The Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority (BCRUA) is a partnership among the cities of Cedar Park, Leander, and Round Rock to treat and distribute water from the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA).

View the BCRUA website.

The BCRUA regional water treatment and supply system development is consistent with the policies and guidelines of the Texas Water Development Board and the LCRA water management plan.

General Manager

The BCRUA organization's General Manager, Karen Bondy, oversees the BCRUA treatment system expansion, while completing final design and construction of the Phase 2 Deep Water Intake in Lake Travis.

Phase 2 Raw Water Delivery System

BCRUA is developing the Phase 2 Raw Water Delivery System to provide safe, reliable water to withstand drought and increase capacity to accommodate future regional growth.

The project consists of a Raw Water Intake with two lake taps with multi-level intake screens that connect to a gravity Raw Water Intake Tunnel that transports water to a new 145-million-gallons-per-day Raw Water Pump Station. The Raw Water Transmission Tunnel and Pipeline will transport the pumped water to the existing Cedar Park, Sandy Creek, and BCRUA water treatment plants. A Maintenance Building will also be constructed to house chemical feed systems to protect the infrastructure from invasive species and provide quality improvements to the raw water prior to pumping.

The Phase 2 project is funded by the BCRUA, its customer cities, and in collaboration with the Texas Water Development Board.