Update 11.16.23: All water services will be interrupted on Friday, 11.17.23, from 9 a.m. -12 p.m. in the Sugar Creek area due to the City crew replacing a water valve.
Update 10.31.23: The Bosque Well Pump is currently down and being repaired. The area surrounding this well could experience low water pressure until the repair is complete.
The Water Division produces and distributes potable water from six deep wells.
The Water Supply
The water supply is supplemented with treated water from the City of Waco and Bluebonnet Water Supply Corporation. Water is treated and distributed in accordance with the rules established by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The city has the capacity to produce 4.09 million gallons per day from city wells and maintains 7.580 million gallons of ground storage capacity. Wholesale supplemental water is contracted at a minimum rate based on an average of the city’s usage over the last three years.
Water Division personnel are responsible for the maintenance of:
- Fire hydrants
- Plant sites
- Power equipment such as trucks and backhoes
- Pressure tanks
- Storage tanks
- Water lines
The division also responds to water leaks on a 24-hour/7-days-a-week basis, ensures water quality, and maintains approximately 3,400 water meters.
Stormwater Pollution Prevention
When it rains, it pours- motor oil, fertilizer, pet wastes, and other pollutants end up in the stormwater runoff that goes down the storm drains. Unlike the wastewater that comes from our homes, storm water runoff does not receive treatment before it enters larger waterways. That’s why it’s important to dispose of oil properly and to use garden chemicals in accordance with their labels.
Stormwater Management Plan
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
The Community Services and Development Department is responsible for administering the City’s stormwater permit with the TCEQ.
This permit details the steps the city will take to help prevent and mitigate the impact non-point source pollutants have on our receiving waters. For any questions on stormwater prevention, please contact Community Services and Development at 254-772-4050.
The Wastewater Division maintains the sewer collection system.
The City of Woodway is part of a regional sewer treatment group maintained by the City of Waco. All wastewater collected in the City of Woodway is treated at this facility. City staff is responsible for maintenance of the collection system and various lift stations around the city.
The City of Woodway will respond to any report of sewer back up. If you have a problem with wastewater, please call Community Services at 254-772-4050.