at Twin Rivers is fortunate to be in an area annexed by
the City of Waco,
allowing residents to take advantage of its services including
a stable water supply, trash collection and street maintenance.
The City of
Waco also provides police and fire protection, with the
nearest fire station about 4 miles away at Imperial Drive
and Texas Central Parkway. The city's zoning and land-use
regulations will ensure the proper neighbors for a development
of this caliber - working, as do our deed restrictions,
to protect both property values and the look of the land.
County Electric Cooperative keeps your energy-efficient,
all-electric home running smoothly. In the tradition of
Texas itself, co-ops grew out of a spirit of independence.
Rural farmers and ranchers left out of urban power centers
decided if they wanted electricity, they'd have to take
the lead. Now 81 electrical cooperatives provide safe, reliable
electric service at the lowest possible cost to nearly 3
million consumers in Texas.
power providers, these cooperatives are tax-paying, non-profit
businesses owned by the people who use their services. Consumer
members can actively participate in setting policy and making
decisions. Research by The Preston Group, a marketing and
management services organization based in Lexington, Ky.,
indicates that users are well satisfied. In a survey of
1,017 electricity consumers nationwide, respondents rated
co-ops over investor-owned utilities in important measures
of customer satisfaction.
Electric Cooperative was organized in 1937. Its power is
provided by Waco-based Brazos Electric Cooperative, organized