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 has partnered with Tarrant Regional Water District to provide free sprinkler system evaluations to residential customers. Click here for more information.August 9, 2017
BWA continues to provide residents with a safe and reliable supply of high quality drinking water. The water that is delivered to your tap meets or exceeds all state and federal water quality standards. The BWA Water Quality Report for 2016 can viewed here.June 14, 2017
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
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