The Benbrook Water Authority is an independent water district created by the Texas legislature in 1955 for the sole purpose of providing the people of Benbrook, Texas with water and sanitary sewer service. Any comments or suggestions are welcome.
Benbrook Water Authority
1121 Mercedes Street
Benbrook, Texas 76126
Office: (817) 249-1250
Fax: (817) 249- 6965
HOURS OF OPERATION:
M-Th 8-6, Fri 8-5
BWA crews are making repairs to a valve on Warden Street today. Water service in the 1000-1100 blocks will be disrupted while the repairs are being accomplished. Service should be restored between 2:00 and 3:00 this afternoon.
Update 11am–Water service in the 600 block of Cozby North and also at 1001 Wade Hampton will also be interrupted during this repair.March 26, 2015
- March 3, 2015
BWA has been made aware that there are several websites that appear to be official BWA sites for making online water bill payments. Websites such as www.doxo.com and bills.mint.com are not affiliated with BWA and BWA has no way to verify payments made to these websites. To ensure that your online payments are made directly to BWA follow these guidelines:
1. Only use the official BWA website (www.bwsa.org) to make your payments. The link on our homepage will take you to our secure server (https://payments.bwsa.org) where you can log in to your BWA account and make a real-time payment.
2. BWA does not charge a fee for making your payment online. If you are attempting to make your payment online and are being charged a convenience fee or service charge, you are not at the official BWA website.
3. At least one of these other websites is using the BWA logo to make it appear more official. If the URL in your web browser’s address bar is not www.bwsa.org or https://payments.bwsa.org then you are not at the official BWA website.February 18, 2015
BWA is pleased to announce the engagement of Rush Creek Consulting, Inc. and David M. Smith, VP., P.E. as program manager for engineering services, effective January 2, 2015. Mr. Smith will office part-time at the offices of the Authority and will serve as Assistant to the General Manager on specific assigned engineering projects including public works improvements to the Authority’s water and wastewater systems and for land development projects.February 11, 2015
Severe to extreme drought conditions persist across North Texas. Rainfall for 2014 was close to 15 inches below average, resulting in one of the driest years on record. Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD), which manages the water supply reservoirs for most of Tarrant County, reports that its combined reservoir storage capacity is currently at 61.5%. More…February 6, 2015