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
Benbrook Water Authority is accepting applications for a Backflow Assembly Tester. Requirements: valid Backflow Preventer Assembly Tester (BPAT) license issued by TCEQ and valid Texas driver license , as well as two (2) years of experience in backflow assembly testing, utilities maintenance, construction, plumbing, irrigation or a related field. Preference will be given to applicants with TCEQ-issued Customer Service Inspector license, Irrigator License or Irrigator Inspector license. Click here for the BWA employment application. Position open until filled.April 11, 2017
BWA’s Annual Water Quality Report is now available online. Printed copies will be available at the BWA Office located at 1121 Mercedes Street.June 28, 2016
The Benbrook Water Authority is accepting applications for the following position:
Water/Wastewater Crew Leader. Class C (or higher) Water Certificate from TCEQ required. Requirements: high school diploma or GED, valid Texas driver license, and backhoe experience. Salary range begins at $45,000, depending on qualifications. Position opened until filled.
Applications are available at 1121 Mercedes Street, Benbrook, TX or can be downloaded here (PDF).March 14, 2016
The City of Benbrook’s waste hauler, Allied Waste/Republic Services, has assigned a customer service representative to field all calls from Benbrook customers regarding trash/recycling/brush & bulk, and yellow bag collection. Read more…June 3, 2015
Stage 1 water restrictions are being lifted, effective Monday, May 18. Due to the recent rains, total combined raw water supply in Tarrant Regional Water District’s (TRWD) western and eastern reservoirs is over 95% of conservation storage.
Even though drought conditions have subsided, BWA encourages customers to continue reducing waste by using water as efficiently as possible. One of the best ways to do this is to continue to water lawns no more than twice per week and to turn off sprinkler systems if it has recently rained. Weekly water advice can be found on the Lawn Whisperer Facebook page and is updated every Monday.May 19, 2015