As of around 2 p.m. Feb. 18, the entity has supplied four trucks so far and expects an additional six to 10 today, said Heather Ramsey Cook, director of communications and public affairs. The trucks carry 6,500-7,500 gallons.
Entities using the water include regional hospitals, dialysis centers and the Houston Airport System, Cook said. The pickup is coordinated through Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
"We are one of the few systems not on a boil water notice, and we made the preparations ahead of the storm to stay online and functioning," she said. "Trucks are in and out of our Lake Conroe water plant all day."
SJRA has also notified the State Operations Center and Texas Division of Emergency Management of its potable water available for pickup.