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Top Subjects of Interest: Utility Districts

Local, governmental water districts provide limited services to customers and residents. Examples of water districts include municipal utility districts, water control and improvement districts, special utility districts, and river authorities. Other districts may have permits to manage municipal solid waste.

Water Districts

  • Water Districts
    How districts are created, funded, and managed.
  • Water District Database
    Use the WDD to search for the names of districts, their addresses, the counties in which they are located, status of their applications, or maps of their service areas.
  • Water Utility Programs Under the PUC
    The Public Utilities Commission is responsible for specific utilities programs. This page gives information on applications that can be approved there, how to pay regulatory assessment fees, and how to file a complaint.
  • Rules on Issuing Water District BondsExit the TCEQ
    Rules for districts that have the authority to issue bonds.

Districts that Provide Waste Services