About Cash SUD
Welcome to the Cash Special Utility District! We are defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values our residents hold dear. We take pride in maintaining a wholesome lifestyle, rich in cultural history, along with a deep commitment to the preservation of our environment and a progressive approach to local business.
HISTORY OF CASH SPECIAL UTILITY DISTRICT
Cash Special Utility District (the District) began as Cash Water Supply Corporation a non-profit, member owned corporation formed in 1963 under the rural water program of the Farmers Home Administration. The original system as constructed in 1964 served approximately 200 customers around the Cash community in Hunt County, Texas. The system purchased treated water from the City of Greenville.
In 1970 a new construction program added a waterline upgrade and the corporation's treatment plant on Lake Tawakoni. The construction allowed an additional capacity of 750 meters. In 1979 the Corporation entered into a wholesale water purchase agreement with the North Texas Municipal Water District to provide approximately one-half of the Corporation's water supply demand at that time.
An $8 million new construction program was undertaken in 1995 and was completed in 1999. It included the addition of 500,000 feet (almost 100 miles) of waterline upgrades, nearly tripling the effective treatment plant size to 2.7 million gallons per day (MGD) and the addition of four (4) 200,00 gallon elevated towers. Another $2 million construction program was started in 2000 adding another 200,000 gal elevated tower, 182,000 feet of waterline, and 2 new pump stations and doubling the size of the treatment plant to 4.2 MGD.
During 2003 the Corporation converted to a Special Utility District, refinanced existing debt, and started another 4.2 million dollar construction program which included, treatment plant improvements, pump station improvements, new waterlines, installation of radio read meters, and a new customer service center.
Over subsequent years the District has continued to grow and now serve in excess of 7000 residential meters (a population of 18,000 + persons). The District also supplies wholesale water to nine area communities and school districts. Ensuring water for your future is our promise to you.