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Utility Publications, Checklists, Applications and Documents

Lists and links to virtually all TCEQ forms and publications that are relevant to water utilities.

Well Construction Checklists and Documents Checklists

  • Checklist for a Proposed Public Water Supply Well/Spring (TCEQ-10205)- Adobe Acrobat PDF Document / Microsoft Word Document
  • Pressure Tank Construction Checklist - Adobe Acrobat PDF Document / Microsoft Word Document
  • Public Well Completion Data Checklist For Interim Approval (TCEQ-10234)-Adobe Acrobat PDF Document / Microsoft Word Document
  • Water Distribution Construction Checklist - Adobe Acrobat PDF Document / Microsoft Word Document
  • Water Storage Tank Construction Checklist - Adobe Acrobat PDF Document / Microsoft Word Document

Documents

  • Public Water System Plan Review Submittal Form (TCEQ-10233)- Adobe Acrobat PDF Document / Microsoft Word Document
  • Instructions For Completing the TCEQ Core Data Form (TCEQ-10400 ins)- Adobe Acrobat PDF Document
  • TCEQ Core Data Form for new systems (TCEQ-10400)- Adobe Acrobat PDF Document / Microsoft Word Document

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Submittals of Plans and Specifications (P&S) for Water Systems

We are now allowing the submission of public water transmission main, distribution system groundwater chemical treatment system (except for changes to chloramination), tank and pump system engineering plans, and specifications via CD format as an option. This procedure will prove to be efficient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly.

Please view the Exit the TCEQTexas Engineering Practice Act and Rules, Sections 137.31, 33, and 35, which allow the use of electronically reproduced planning materials.

Frequently Asked Questions for Submittals of Plans and Specifications:

  • Can I submit plans and specifications by e-mail instead?
    No, not at this time. However, we anticipate creating a web location for submittals in the future. You may wish to keep checking this web page for updates.
  • How many copies (CD-R) are needed?
    One. This is the same as we require for paper submittals.
  • Is this an option or a requirement?
    This is only an option. Paper plans and specifications will continue to be accepted, as in the past.
  • What about Districts-related and Requests for Exception reviews?
    We anticipate that these types of reviews will be accepted, under similar circumstances, in the next few months. You may wish to keep checking this web page for updates.
  • What about the engineer's submittal letter, the Plan Review Submittal Form, and the Core Data Form?
    These three will still be required to be submitted on paper. However, please keep checking this web page for updates.
  • What TCEQ fees are associated with this type of review?
    None. We do not anticipate any fees in the future and the requirement remains the same for paper submittals.
  • Why are you accepting only waterline tank, pump system and groundwater chemical treatment system submittals?
    We anticipate a minimum amount of challenges related to these types of reviews. However, please keep checking this web page for updates.
  • Why CD-R format? How about DVD?
    This type of format is easily accessible with our computers. We do not have DVD capability at this time.
  • Why do you require the 11 x 17 format for plans?
    The TCEQ rules require "legible" plans. The 11" x 17" format in Adobe appears to be the smallest format that our facilities can review without losing detail.
  • Will this expedite review of my submittal?
    In time, we anticipate easier handling of submittals and decreased review time occurring as a by-product.

Staff Contact

For more information you may e-mail your questions or comments to utildist@tceq.texas.gov. You can also call our main Water Supply Division line at 512-239-4691.

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