Texas Water Utilities has been serving customers in Texas for more than 50 years. We serve customers in 36 counties through our numerous surface water and groundwater treatment plants, and we take pride in treating wastewater to return water safely to the environment.
We are empowered by water and work to:
Keep peace of mind.
Provide water when you want it, where you want it.
Protect our environment.
Treat wastewater and safely return it to the environment for reuse.
Taking A Closer Look
Pradera Oaks is a Houston-based, highly desired master-planned community with 3-bedroom and 4-bedroom single-family homes.
When this development was coming to fruition, the developer reached out to SouthWest Water Company from the recommendation of a well driller. The developer wanted to lower the cost of water and wastewater compared to a municipal utility district, and we accomplished that with ease.
With infrastructure consistently in mind, we were able to lower the MUD tax on the neighborhood and keep fees upfront to the developers.
Wiedenfeld Water Works
Wiedenfeld Water Works–comprising 13 water systems with 830 connections near San Antonio, Texas–was solely owned by a businessman who managed the utility with the help of two employees. Nearing retirement age and facing an increasingly stringent regulatory environment, the owner wanted to divest himself of the company he had built over several decades while ensuring that his long-standing customers were treated well.
SouthWest Water Company offered an attractive purchase price and employment offers for existing employees while upgrading the system to include Automated Meter Reading systems and online account management tools. It was a win for the owner, the customer, and SouthWest Water.
Dal High Water Supply (Dal High) is a regulated utility with exclusive rights to provide potable water to a small service area near Athens, Texas. Dal High services 45 customers and was family owned for decades. As time progressed, the family decided they wanted to divest themselves of the company in a quick, efficient, and painless manner.
SouthWest Water Company offered a fair purchase price and helped guide the owner through the challenging Public Utility Commission of Texas’ acquisition approval process. SouthWest Water guided the process every step of the way through all the approvals and closing of the transaction. The Dal High customers were transitioned into the SouthWest Water family, where they benefit from Automated Meter Reading systems, 24/7 professional customer service, and more robust payment options.