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2021 Membership Renewal

Political Districts: 2021 Membership Renewal Form. Please provide the full name and preferred email address of all members of your organization. This ensures that each member receives all CASE communications year-round.


2021 Sponsorship opportunities are now available. Below are links to our 2021 sponsor brochure and sponsorship commitment form. Sponsor levels and benefits for 2021 will remain the same as 2020 levels. For those that sponsored in 2020, we would like to extend a renewal for $500 to continue with the same level as 2020 for 2021. We hope you will continue your support and pledge to sponsor CASE in 2021.

CASE 2021 Sponsorship Opportunities | CASE 2021 Sponsorship Form

We will need sponsorship commitments by the following dates:
2021 CASE Annual Sponsorship commitments due January 31, 2021.
2021 CASE Conference and/or Golf Sponsorships due April 30, 2021.
CASE Ace Sponsorships are welcome at any time.
However, if you wish to be recognized in the Conference program, we will need a commitment by April 30, 2021.
As a reminder, you must be a member to be a sponsor:

Consultant/Business Membership Application 2021.

New for 2021, you may pay via Venmo.

For questions, please feel free to reach out to Mindy: (512) 963-3951 or director@casetexas.org

The Capital Area Suburban Exchange (CASE) is a non-profit educational, networking and support organization for the directors, consultants, and service professionals of utility and special districts located within Central Texas.

2021 Membership Forms


2021 Annual Conference
August 5-7

2021 Registration Form

In Memoriam:
Longtime MUD Board director Chuck Walters passed away Thursday May 15, 2020 from natural causes. Chuck served on the Wells Branch MUD Board for several years and continued service on a newer MUD in recent years. He also served on the Wells Branch Neighborhood Association and loved being Santa for many years at the Wells Branch Homestead event. Charles Robert Walters

"I have been asked by several people why they are seeing a helicopter so much.

"In late January, the Travis County Sheriff’s Office partnered with the Texas Department of Public Safety Aviation Unit. We now share staff that are capable of flying the aircraft. With this agreement we are able to utilize a helicopter twenty-four hours per day five days per week. On the other two days we will utilize the helicopter overnight.

"This is a great asset for our agency as we strive to keep the citizens of Travis County safe. You will see the helicopter more because we are using the resource to assist with patrol."

Captain Craig Smith

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