Brazosport Water Authority

Brazosport Water Authority The Brazosport Water Authority is committed to providing residents with a safe and reliable supply of high-quality drinking water. The mission of Brazosport Water Authority is to produce and deliver a consistent and reliable supply of quality drinking water to member cities and contracted customers; with the continuous pursuit of employee training, public education and compliance to federal and state mandated requirements.

The Brazosport Water Authority is a political subdivision of The State of Texas created by House Bill 650 to provide wholesale potable water to seven member cities, City of Rosenberg, two TDCJ Prison Units and The Dow Chemical Company. Brazosport Water Authority’s water source is the Brazos River via Harris and Brazoria Reservoirs.

Operating as usual

04/28/2021
04/21/2021
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02/18/2021

Keeping you informed:

Brazosport Water Authority is pleased to update the public that as of Wednesday afternoon (2/17/2021) water supply was fully restored to all cities. Once water is delivered to cities, the cities deliver the water to households through each city's internal water system. Because water is delivered through each city's internal water system, BWA has no ability to control or repair final delivery to households or water pressure. Nonetheless, BWA remains committed to assist any city in getting water into households during this challenging event.

If you have any questions, contact your city directly for more information regarding their unique process and timeline.

02/17/2021

Important update:

Brazosport Water Authority is happy to announce CenterPoint has restored power to the water plant in Lake Jackson. Water supply from the BWA plant will be flowing to all cities this afternoon. Additionally, the backup generator is being repaired now in the event a future power outage occurs during this energy crisis. Special thanks to State representative Cody Vasut and Commissioner David Linder for communicating with BWA personnel regarding potential solutions. While this crisis will continue in our state, we hope CenterPoint understands BWA must have electricity in order to furnish its customers with water. Keep your phones on Cody and David, we may need you again!!

02/17/2021
02/17/2021

CenterPoint has taken Brazosport Water Authority off of the grid completely since Sunday. Early Wednesday morning our generator went down due to technical difficulties beyond our control. Each member city has been notified, and up until the loss of power, we were sending above contract amounts to each city. With much frustration, we have been unable to get in touch with CenterPoint. BWA is in constant communication with local and state officials to resolve this problem. We thank you for your patience and understanding in these unprecedented times. We will resume operations and assist customers as soon as we are able to restore power. In the meantime, please conserve water the best you can.

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1251 FM 2004
Lake Jackson, TX
77566

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