Residents on a small street located off of Highway 359 and Loop 20 live without water a connection to their home. In fact, the residents have never had water in their homes. "Well I got my 12 pack of beer and a gallon of orange juice, water." On a street with only three business and three homes, this man said his car shop has been there for 12 years, and they've wanted water. "That would be the best to have water, gas. We don't have gas around here." He carries jugs of water with him everyday as he goes to work. Other residents find creative ways to get their water. Like water tanks outside their home. But city officials said it's a long process, and expensive for the residents. First, everyone on McDonald Street must sign papers allowing the city to dig the lines with a 50-foot clearance as well as agree to pay for the lines. Everyone’s land would also have to be surveyed to get their legal bounds of property, which could cost residents an extra $6,000. But that cost is something city council could wave. "After we got all the signatures and all the right always then we would have to go to council and see if council would agree to that and that is not something impossible to do but we need the corporation of the people." Since the road is not paved, that would have to be done as well. Water utilities director Tomas Rodriguez said if the residents would like to have water access, they could meet with him to begin the process. The residents would have to pay $40 per foot for the water and sewer lines combined. Water Utilities Director Tomas Rodriguez said that is something they can finance for the residents so they do not have to pay it all at once.