Mountain Home Transmission Project

Example transmission structure for proposed project.

The Mountain Home Transmission Project is designed to bring transmission infrastructure to growing areas in Gillespie, Kimble and Kerr counties in Texas. The proposed project includes construction of a new 138-kilovolt (kV) load-serving Mountain Home Substation and a new 138-kV transmission line connecting the Mountain Home Substation to existing substations located in Harper and Hunt. In order to construct and operate these facilities, LCRA Transmission Services Corporation is preparing an application for an amendment to its existing Certificate of Convenience and Necessity that will be filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

Project Updates

June 26, 2018
Open house materials

LCRA TSC hosted an open house on June 26 in Mountain Home, Texas to share information with the public and answer questions about the project. Review the information below, fill out this questionnaire, and submit your feedback on this project to LCRA by July 6.

June 11, 2018
Public Open House in Mountain Home on June 26
Representatives from LCRA TSC and POWER Engineers, the routing consulting firm, will be available to answer questions and discuss specific aspects of the project. The open house will be on Tuesday, June 26 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Mountain Home Volunteer Fire Department, 5475 Junction Highway, Mountain Home, TX 78058.

Preliminary alternative route segments map now available
LCRA TSC’s consultant, POWER Engineers, delineated the project study area and has begun data collection and constraint mapping. Click to view the alternative route segments map. (Maps with more detail will be on view at the June 26 open house.)

Key links


Lance Wenmohs
LCRA Siting and Certification Manager